Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
Michael Bublé is focusing on his family.
On Thursday, it was revealed the Haven't Met You Yet singer has officially pulled out from hosting the 2017 Juno Awards next month.
However, we don't really blame the Sway crooner as he's currently taking care of his son, Noah, who is battling cancer. In fact, we're not very shocked by this update as Michael previously backed out of hosting
We're so happy to hear this!
However, it seems as though young Noah is responding well to his medical treatment, as the couple revealed in a new statement:
They haven't beaten this awful cancer yet, but Michael Bublé's family just got some AH-Mazing news for Christmas, and we are SO happy!!
According to media reports, the singer's three-year-old son Noah, who has been battling liver cancer, has been given the all-clear to spend the Christmas holiday at home with his family! Yay!!!
Noah, of course, has been bravely undergoing chemotherapy and working towards getting healthy again — and all the while, Bublé has remained steadfast that he will not sing again until Noah gets better.
And while we're not yet fully to that point, this is a BIG — and wonderful — step in Noah's battle!
Noah and the family are expected to enjoy the holiday in El Lay with relatives, rather than
Don't expect to hear Michael Bublé singing this holiday season.
Why, you may ask? Well, during an interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada on Thursday, the Haven't Met You Yet singer's pal David Foster revealed Michael "will not sing again until his child is well". Oh man.
As you surely know, the 41-year-old's oldest son with wife Luisana Lopilato, named Noah, has been diagnosed with liver cancer. And according to reports, the tiny tot has already started chemotherapy, which is scheduled to last for four months.
So it's no wonder the Grammy winner is simply focusing on his three-year-old's treatment and recovery right now. Yolanda Hadid's ex went on to reveal that Michael is currently "in a huge bubble" as he continues to deal with his son's illness. Foster explained:
Now we're hearing more details about the three-year-old's diagnosis.
Luisana's sister Daniela told the mag on Tuesday:
Why do bad things happen to good people?!
Luckily, despite only being a toddler, Noah Bublé already has a lot of support in his corner — especially from his crooning daddy, his acting momma Luisana Lopilato, and his little brother Elias!
In fact, Michael was so floored by his son's diagnosis, the father-of-two just officially dropped out of
Shannen Doherty is feeling grateful through her cancer battle.
As you know, the 45-year-old was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier last year — and on Saturday, the Charmed actress was honored at the American Cancer Society's annual gala in El Lay.
Speaking with the Press Association, Miz Doherty revealed the positive impact her diagnosis has had on her life:
"I'm feeling ridiculously lucky and very blessed. Cancer has changed my life for the better. It's made me a better human being. It stripped away all of the walls and the barriers. It exposes any lie in your life whatsoever. It exposes who's not really truly there for you and who really is there for you. It's this brilliant thing where you just look around and think, 'Oh my God, this person is amazing, they're showing up for me in a way I never expected'."