Michael Bublé on retirement rumors: Fake news
Michael Bublé’s team has refuted earlier reports that the Canadian crooner is planning to leave the music business for good, and that his upcoming album, “Love,” would be his last. “He’s not going anywhere,” a publicist told Us Weekly.
A separate statement was also given to a Bublé fan page. “The rumors that Michael is quitting is completely false,” it read. “We ask everyone to not share any of these tabloid stories.”
Talks about Michael’s retirement started when Daily Mail published an article, which the singer-songwriter allegedly described as his “last interview.”
“I have made the perfect record, and now I can leave at the very top,” he was quoted as saying in the said story.
Meanwhile, Michael admitted that his 5-year-old son, Noah, being diagnosed with liver cancer two years ago “sucks and still sucks.” “What we went through was the worst possible thing you can go through as a parent and as a human being,” he told the “Today Show” in Australia.
There were days when Michael wished that he didn’t wake up at all. “[But] when we did, we felt the love of those people. We knew they were praying for us, we knew that there was goodness out there,” he said. “It gave us faith in humanity.” —ALLAN POLICARPIO
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