Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Michael Buble announces he will 'retire' in emotional 'final' interview

Michael Buble quits social media and talks 'retiring' from music Michael Bublé announces 'retirement' after revealing horror of son Noah’s cancer battle: 'I don't have the stomach for it anymore'
Adrian Cunningham | 14 October, 2018, 05:59

After a gruelling two years, the "Haven't Met You Yet" hitmaker recounted to the Daily Mail how hard his son's diagnosis was to deal with as a family.

In a very candid and heart-wrenching interview with The Daily Mail, Buble confirmed that he is ending his musical career.

Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016. "You just want to die", he says of those times. I don't know if I can get through this conversation without crying.

Luckily for the whole family, his son Noah's cancer is now in remission, but Bublé nonetheless feels as if he is done with the anxiety and pressure of being famous.

"I don't have the stomach for it any more".

The singer explained that he realised he had become too caught up in his own success and he can now no longer stomach "the celebrity narcissism". Although Noah's health has since improved, as we've told you in 2017, the battle changed his father forever.

He said: 'I decided I'll never read my name again in print, never read a review, and I never have.

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"My wife was the same and even though I was the stronger of the two of us, I wasn't strong".

The singer also added that he's done with social media. "I'm sorry, I can't make it to the end of that sentence".

"I actually thought I'd never come back to the music business", Bublé continued.

Michael Buble has surprised his fans by saying he's officially retiring from music in his "last interview".

Referring to his new album which is due for release on November 16, the Grammy-winner said, "I'm retiring from the business". I'd lost the joy and at some point just before the Brits I was starting to lose the plot.

"I missed the guys in my band so I said to them, 'Come over to the house, let's drink, order pizza, play video games and jam'. I wished that many times, I wished that it happened to me". It still sucks. What we went through was the worst possible thing that you could hear as a parent, and as maybe a human being.