- Michael Bublé told the Daily Mail that he’s quitting the music industry following his son’s heartbreaking battle with liver cancer.
- Bublé also said he was done with social media and doesn’t want anything to do with „celebrity narcissism.“
- His new and likely final album, „Love,“ is set to be released November 16.
In an interview with Daily Mail’s Weekend magazine on Saturday, Michael Bublé revealed that he’s not only done with music but with the celebrity lifestyle as well.
„This is my last interview,“ he told the magazine. „I’m retiring from the business. I’ve made the perfect record and now I can leave at the very top.“
The emotional interview comes two years after his son, Noah, was diagnosed with cancer in 2016.
Bublé also talked about how his son’s diagnosis made him question his priorities.
„Going through this with Noah, I didn’t question who I was, I just questioned everything else. Why are we here?“ the singer said.
Although Bublé used to place importance on things like his level of success and his ticket sales, he says his perspective has changed entirely since 2016.
„The diagnosis made me realize how stupid I’d been to worry about these unimportant things. I was embarrassed by my ego, that it had allowed this insecurity.“
In an effort to get away from what he called, „celebrity narcissism,“ Bublé decided to give up social media and was quoted saying, „I don’t have the stomach for it anymore.“
The 43-year-old also recalled the immense pain he felt as he cared for his son with his wife, Luisana Lopilato.
„You just want to die,“ he said. ‘“I don’t even know how I was breathing.“
This wasn’t the first time the singer opened up about how his son’s illness affected his music career. In July, speaking to the Herald Sun per Entertainment Tonight, the singer said, „I truly thought I’d never come back to music.“
Bublé says he will officially walk away from the music business following the release of his November 6 album, „Love.“
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