Michael Bublé Performs For First Time Since Son’s Cancer Diagnosis

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Michael Bublé performed a spectacular comeback concert at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time in Hyde Park, London over the weekend. The performance was his first in two years since his four-year-old son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer.

The singer opened up to the crowd about his fears of singing again after such a long absence, and was moved to tears as he performed as seen in a fan-shot video posted to Instagram. “I want to thank you not only for tonight, but for every night, for everything you’ve done for me. Each one of you has made such a difference in my life,” he said, paying tribute to his supportive fans.

His beloved son even made an appearance on stage, joining his dad in singing a portion of “The Greatest Show,” from "The Greatest Showman" soundtrack. The singer previously joked to the crowd that his son forces him to watch the movie “over and over again” at home.

Source: Page Six

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