Michael Bublé Cancels Upcoming BBC Music Awards Performance Following Son's Cancer Diagnosis


LONDON (CelebrityAccess) — After announcing last week that his 3-year-old son Noah has cancer, singer Michael Bublé has canceled an upcoming appearance at the BBC Music Awards.

Bublé had been slated to perform during the awards ceremony, which is scheduled to take place on Dec 12th in London.

Bublé, 41, and his wife Luisana announced the news about Noah on Bublé's Facebook page, stating that he was underoing treatment in the U.S. and that they were putting their career commitments on hold.

Bublé is also scheduled to host the Brit Awards in London on Feb. 22 and the Canadian Juno Awards on April 2 but has yet to formally withdraw from those events.

A statement released by the BBC, Music Director Bob Shennan said: "We send Michael and his family our very best wishes." – Staff Writers