Michael Bublé revealed that his family aided him in dealing with the challenges he had faced in his career and private life.
Sharing a touch of his humanity, he pointed out that he refused to permit his celebrity status to engulf him completely.
The 43-year-old crooner said that there were more significant matters in his life than being a musical icon in front of the limelight.
Bublé admitted that just like any ordinary person, there were moments that he felt unsure of himself. He felt self-conscious about what his fans and critics would say about him.
The singer affirmed that achieving music superstardom could certainly be consuming. Yet, the singer said that all of those moments just passed.
What followed was himself asking why he allowed those negativities in his life when he was already complete in himself.
After those events which he reckoned as mere “fluff” dissipated, Bublé was able to get back on his feet, thanks foremost to his family as well as mediation, prayers, and his decision to keep his authenticity.
The father of three also mentioned that he shares his parenting duties for Noah, Elias, and Vida with his wife, Argentine actress, Luisana Lopilato.
Two years ago, Bublé’s first-born son was detected with liver cancer. This text message from his wife shook his core as he was about to perform at a London concert.
This may be a shattering moment for the performer because his son was just three years old and was already battling a fatal disease.
Apparently, Bublé was able to keep going with his life. He pointed out that he is grateful that his wife stayed with him together with their family members.
Their supportive acts were able to aid him in facing the unfortunate event which he said has transformed him.
Having been married for seven years, Bublé described his 31-year-old wife as attractive and good-natured. He remarked that he very much appreciates these positive qualities of his other half.
Considering her as his hero, the “Kissing a Fool” singer added that Lopilato puts things in the proper perspective for him.
He admitted that he may be a prize-winning musical performer with accolades and number-one albums on top of his stellar credentials, but family life is still his main priority and that his career and the recognition he received are just second to it.