Michael Buble reveals his wife Luisana Lopilato's is expecting a baby girl

Canadian singer, Michale Buble, told Ian Dempsey, that his third child is a girl and he will soon give a comeback performance also headlining the show at Croke Park.

                            Michael Buble reveals his wife Luisana Lopilato's is expecting a baby girl
Michael Buble and wife Luisana Lopilato (Source: Getty Images)

Canadian musician, Michael Buble, confirmed on Ireland's Today FM that he and wife Luisana Lopilato are expecting a baby girl - their third child. In his interview to told Ian Dempsey, he revealed that Luisana, an Argentine model, and actress is due in three weeks.

Ian Dempsey and the other crew members of the 'The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show' made to London on Thursday so they could broadcast live from Global Studios on Friday, before the interview with Michael Buble that afternoon. The two, Ian and Michael, hit off immediately within the first 60 minutes of their meet, as they seemed quite relaxed in each other's company. They began talking about Michael's comeback, how people think he covered a Westlife song and what makes Canada a better country than America. Amid all the discussions Michael also spoke about his children. 

Speaking of his excitement for a baby girl, Michael said, “I got my first little girl coming in three weeks, and I’ve actually never said that before in public. I’ve got a daughter coming.”  However, parenthood hasn't always been an easy thing for the 42-year-old Canadian singer. In 2016, Michael's now four-year-old son, Noah, was diagnosed with liver cancer hepatoblastoma after which the singer canceled all of his upcoming gigs which also included a planned performance at the BBC Music Awards in December of the same year. The couple were devasted by the news but vowed on a joint Facebook post which said: "We will win this battle." 

On the radio show, Michael addressed this issue and mentioned that he's all set to give a comeback performance at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland, this weekend. It will be his first performance since he stopped touring in 2016 to take care of his son, and also as the first Canadian to headline the show. Michael said, "I’ve been through a lot, and one of the things [about] going through something that my family’s been through is that it gives you great perspective. One of those points of perspective is it really allows you to appreciate the good things and I can’t wait [to perform]. I can’t wait! I’ve missed being out there. I’ve missed that connection. I’ve missed singing my guts out and laughing, and really being connected to all of those beautiful souls out there.”

He continued to say, “I love that I get to go out there and stand in front of those people at Croke and take them away for a few hours. It’s always been what I enjoyed, and it’s a real pleasure and honor to be able to do it.” ET Canada reported that Michael and Luisana, who are parents to Noah and two-year-old Elias, were expecting the third child since February. Michael had stepped back into the spotlight to host the 2018 Juno Awards in March this year, as he told ET Canada, "Emotionally, it's a rollercoaster."