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We can't imagine what Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato must be going through right now.
As we previously reported, their three-year-old son, Noah (pictured above, right), has been diagnosed with with cancer. The devastating diagnosis has certainly shaken the singer and the model, but they aren't losing faith.
A source tells Us Weekly that the precious pair believes their toddler is a "fighter," saying:
"They are really sad but hopeful. They immediately got him very good care and they are hoping and praying for the best. They are getting him the best doctors around. It's really heartbreaking. This was a real shock, but they are doing everything they can."
After receiving the heart-wrenching news, the 41-year-old and his wife have announced that they are putting their careers on hold to devote all their time and energy to their sick son.
Another insider explained to the mag that the parents have been "inundated with kind wishes today, and that's really helping." The confidante confessed:
We can't imagine how difficult this must be.
In an official statement posted to wife Luisana Lopilato's Facebook page, the 41-year-old addressed the diagnosis while asking for prayers and privacy as his family focuses on the three-year-old's healing:
This is absolutely heartbreaking…
A few days ago, the musician's wife Luisana Lopilato and Noah traveled to the US because of health concerns.
While doctors first thought he had Mumps, officials later determined it was cancer. As of now, it is unclear what kind of cancer it is.
Sources say Michael and Luisana will release an official statement very soon. Family from both sides are currently flying into the US to support Noah through his illness.
As a result of the devastating news, both parents have completely cleared their work schedules.
As we wrote in 2015, Noah suffered serious burns after an accident involving scalding water in Argentina.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bublé family during this difficult time.
[Image via Michael Bublé/Instagram.]
The pop star and freshman coach admitted it was "so scary" to be this far along in the competition, but she felt much more at ease once the contestants started knocking their performances out of the park.
Of course, the real show-stopping moments came from the performances — but which contestants ended up moving on to the next round? Find out (below)!
Lady GaGa's new album wasn't expected to arrive until Friday. However, #LG5 came early for Belgium's Little Monsters!
It appears that on Monday, Joanne hit shelves early in the European country, and fans flocked to Twitter to post picture proof that the record was, in fact, available for purchase!
One Brussels fan documented her journey to a Media Markt store where the album was supposedly being sold early, only to discover that the highly-anticipated release was actually on the shelves!
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So did Candace Cameron Bure's daughter have what it takes to stay on The Voice?
On Monday evening, Natasha Bure attempted to overcome her nerves for the singing competition's battle rounds. Unfortunately, the 18-year-old had some pretty stiff competition as she was forced to face off against teenage crooner Riley Elmore. Eek!
And while Miz Bure's nerves got the best of her during her blind audition, the up-and-comer impressed coach Adam Levine and his guest mentor, former Van Halen vocalist Sammy Hagar, quite a bit during rehearsals. At one point the new dad admitted:
"I think that you'd think Riley would be doing [this song] normally. Natasha this is a really interesting opportunity for you, because it's definitely not necessarily where you would go."
With her famous mom and dad Valeri Bure in the audience, the youngster certainly brought her A-game as she belted out to Michael Buble's Cry Me A River. Ch-ch-check out the full performance for yourself (below)!