Michael Buble wanted to record 'something beautiful' with 'Love' after son Noah's harrowing cancer battle

Singer Michael Buble is back with his new album 'Love', the inspiration for which came from his wife Luisana Lopilato and their new daughter Vida


                            Michael Buble wanted to record 'something beautiful' with 'Love' after son Noah's harrowing cancer battle

Michael Buble is finally making his comeback to the music scene after shying away from the limelight following the news of his son Noah's battle with cancer. The singer is back with his new album 'Love', the inspiration for which came directly from his stunning wife Luisana Lopilato and their new daughter, something that he recently revealed in an interview.

On Friday's episode of 'Loose Women', Buble candidly spoke about his upcoming album, and how his family was rocked by the news of their son Noah, now five, being diagnosed with liver cancer at just three years of age. He also admitted that all the emotional turmoil had seeped into his album, which was fuelled by his desire to record "something beautiful" after the painful time for the family.

Michael Buble walks a red carpet for 'Tour Stop 148' during the 11th Rome Film Festival on October 14, 2016, in Rome, Italy. (Getty Images)
Michael Buble walks a red carpet for 'Tour Stop 148' during the 11th Rome Film Festival on October 14, 2016, in Rome, Italy. (Getty Images)

The star said: "I think everyone knows what my family has gone through it was obviously incredible and heavy. Once my kid was okay and my family was trying to move on and heal, I just feel very simply there were so many moments I looked out into the world and I thought, honestly there is so much divide between people fighting. I surely don't want to add to the negativity."

Buble added, "I've been blessed with loving music and being grateful for the compassionate support my family received. I wanted to put something beautiful together that people could laugh to, cry to, make babies to. You can't control good and bad days but you can control how you make other people feel."

Juno Host Michael Buble and his wife Luisana Lopilato attend the red carpet arrivals at the 2018 Juno Awards at Rogers Arena on March 25, 2018, in Vancouver, Canada. (Getty Images)
Juno Host Michael Buble and his wife Luisana Lopilato attend the red carpet arrivals at the 2018 Juno Awards at Rogers Arena on March 25, 2018, in Vancouver, Canada. (Getty Images)

The singer further called his latest album his "most honest" one, saying, "I hate how much the honesty cost me. I think a lot of these songs are about the light and the dark in love. That word love comes with pain and suffering and sometimes violence."

"It's strange you know, to have a record, you really work hard you know when you have a dinner party, you've cooked it all and you've put the garnish on and within four minutes its gone and you sit there and go its all gone. That's the difference between me and now. I realize I cannot control how people feel."

Michael Buble performs during 'Wetten, dass..?' TV Show at Stadthalle on March 23, 2013, in Vienna, Austria. (Getty Images)
Michael Buble performs during 'Wetten, dass..?' TV Show at Stadthalle on March 23, 2013, in Vienna, Austria. (Getty Images)

Buble and his beautiful wife welcomed their daughter Vida on July 25 this year. The couple also has another son, besides Noah, called Elias. Paying a tribute to his gorgeous wife at the time of his daughter's birth, Buble said, "I would like to take all the credit for my beautiful baby! My wife is one of the most aesthetically beautiful women in the world. We love our children completely differently and equally, I ask myself 'why do they keep saying its so different'."

He went on to add, "Because's a son's a son until he meets a wife, but your daughter is your daughter for the rest of your life. I talk to my daughter, I sing to her, I sing her the same song every day, its the song my grampy sang to my mum — daddy's little girl."