After stepping away from the spotlight following his son's cancer diagnosis in November 2016, the singer returned to host the Juno Awards in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday.
Michael Bublé isn't taking another day for granted.
On the red carpet at the 2018 Juno Awards in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday, the "Haven't Met You Yet" singer opened up to ET Canada about the "roller coaster" of emotions he and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, have been feeling ever since their eldest son, 4-year-old Noah, was diagnosed with cancer in November 2016.
"I think life sort of teaches you these hard lessons sometimes," Bublé, who put his career on hold following Noah's diagnosis, revealed. "Part of that lesson is that it allowed me to really have perspective, and to really enjoy more than I ever have in my life. I enjoy the small things.”
Bublé, 42, and Lopilato, 30, are also parents to a 2-year-old son, Elias. They are expecting their third child together, and Lopilato looked lovely while showing off her baby bump on the red carpet for the Juno Awards.
Back in December, a source revealed to ET that Noah was "doing very well" and that the family was in a much better place after experiencing a "tense time" following Noah's diagnosis.
"This time last year, the holidays were a tense time for the Buble family," the source said at the time. "When Noah received a cancer diagnosis, Michael immediately made the decision to step away from his work. It was really a scary time for everyone."
He's an energetic little boy!" the source continued, adding that the experience brought the whole family closer together. "Events like this put everything in perspective...There's no doubt Christmas will be extra special at the Buble household this year."
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