Now Buble apparently will make the break permanent after he released his new album, "Love", telling Daily Mail he wants to leave music at the "very top" after making the "perfect record". "I'm retiring", he added. "My wife was... I'm sorry, I can't make it to the end of that sentence". "I don't have the stomach for it any more", he told Daily Mail's Weekend Magazine in an interview published on October 12.
Although Noah's now in remission, the entire experience has changed Bublé's outlook on life, particularly his feelings toward being a celebrity.
"I don't know if I can get through this conversation without crying".
"And I've never lost control of my emotions in public", he said.
In an emotional interview with the Daily Mail, the 43-year-old singer stated, "This is my last interview".
He dropped everything to support his wife Luisana Lopilato and their boy, who was just three at the time. "My perception of life".
Buble also said that helping his son through his illness has given him a new outlook on life and made him realize what's important to him.
"I didn't anticipate returning to recording or performing and I was fine with that", he told Press Association.
"I truly thought I'd never come back to music", he said in July.
He said: "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".
In February a year ago, Michael released a statement to confirm that Noah had progressed well following treatment.
In addition to Noah, the couple has a young son named Elias.
After speaking out about his family's struggle at the beginning of the month, the singer admitted that he may no longer "have the stomach" for show business and would rather spend more time focusing on his loved ones.