Canadian singer Michael Bublé recalled his emotional struggle after his son, Noah, was diagnosed with liver cancer and said he is retiring from music in an interview with the Daily Mail’s Weekend Magazine, but his management says reports he is retiring are “completely false.”
Bublé told the Daily Mail that the interview was his last, and he will retire from music after the release of his new album, titled Love, to be released November 16.
“I’ve made the perfect record and now I can leave at the very top,” Bublé told the Daily Mail. “I don’t have the stomach for it anymore. The celebrity narcissism.
“This is my last interview. I’m retiring.”
Bublé’s management has denied that he is retiring. Michelle R. Larson, a digital media manager at Bruce Allen Talent, the company that manages Bublé, wrote on his Facebook fan page, “The rumours and reports that Michael is quitting is completely false. We ask everyone to not share any of these tabloid stories and delete any posts already shared to the Buble Insider and personal pages. Thank you members!”
In the interview, Bublé explained the emotional effect of Noah’s liver cancer diagnosis when he was three years old, in November 2016.