Published: Sun, October 14, 2018

Michael Buble Quits Social Media and Maybe Show Business as Well

Michael Buble Quits Social Media and Maybe Show Business as Well

Michael Bublé has made a decision to "retire" from music and the spotlight as his "perception of life" has changed since his son's cancer diagnosis. "I'm retiring. I've made the flawless record and now I can leave at the very top".

Bublé, who's new album, "Love" is set to be released in November, discussed the trauma and hardship he endured while his son, Noah, suffered from liver cancer after his 2016 diagnosis.

The singer said he views fame differently now and he became "embarrassed" by his ego.

"My whole being's changed", he told journalist Chrissy Iley.

'My wife was the same and even though I was the stronger of the two of us, I wasn't strong.

"I don't have the stomach for it anymore". I'm retiring. I decided I'll never read my name again in print, never read a review, and I never have.

In an emotional interview with the Daily Mail, the 43-year-old spoke about his son's illness led his "perception of life" to change.

He won't be using social media, conducting interviews or releasing music moving forward, apart from his final album. The celebrity narcissism. I started to crumble. My wife was. I'm sorry, I can't make it to the end of the sentence. let's just say we find out who we are with these things. The couple are also parents to 2-year-old Elias and also welcomed a baby girl, Vida, in July.

The Just Haven't Met You Yet hitmaker returned to the spotlight once his little boy Noah's condition had improved, but insisted that the devastating impact Noah's diagnosis had on his family has meant he will never put his career before his loved ones. "There was never a choice (when Noah was ill)". "It sucked and it still sucks, because what we went through was THE worst possible thing that you could hear as a parent and maybe as a human being", he told The Sun in an interview published on October 4.

"I missed the guys in my band so I said to them, 'Come over to the house, let's drink, order pizza, play video games and jam.' They came over, we partied and we said, 'Let's play some music.' I thought, 'Wow!"

Michael has sold over 75 million records worldwide, and is a four-time Grammy victor.

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