Michael Bublé Cancels Major Event

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Days after receiving some of the most heartbreaking news a parent could hear, the unforgettably smooth singer announces that he will be canceling his performance at one of the biggest events of the year.

In a new report by People Magazine, it was confirmed that Michael Bublé had cancelled his scheduled performance on December 12th in London for the annual BBC Music Awards.

The Canadian singer/songwriter recently received a cancer diagnosis for his 3-year-old son, Noah and opened up to fans about his choice to put his career on pause to give his son the best care and support he could.

Both Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato chose to put both their careers on hold, but no announcement had been made regarding the quickly-approaching events that were booked.

The saddening diagnosis recently was brought into a more uplifting tone when Bublé’s sister, Brandee Bublé, uploaded a beautiful message on Instagram showing the incredible love and support the family has received since revealing the diagnosis to the world.


And we’ve got a lot….💗

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Watch the beautiful performance from Michael Bublé and Blake Shelton below when they sang “Home” for a night to honor legendary songwriter David Foster.