Canadian singer Michael Bublé is currently embarked on a sold-out world tour, but the 43-year-old said he could care less about his career.
Instead, he’s turning his attention to his family, according to USA Today.
During an NBC special that aired Wednesday, called “Bublé!,” the musician said that his son’s cancer diagnosis had a dramatic effect on him.
As Dearly previously reported, his son, Noah, was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016 when he was just three years old.
Thankfully, the child is currently in remission. But watching his son battle the disease shifted Bublé’s perspective on life, he said:
“I don’t even think about my career.”
Buble said he now focuses on spending time with his loved ones and that his singing career is “zero on the scale of s**t to care about.”
Bublé explained it made him realize what’s really important:
“It’s going to sound sloppy, but I remember sitting there and thinking, ‘Why the f**k am I worried about all this s**t?’ That’s what I was worried about? What people thought of me, or the numbers of something? That’s crap. That doesn’t matter.”
The father of three, who welcomed a daughter last year, said he’s received a flood of support from fans.
A number of them came up to him when he visited Disneyland with his family recently.
“Do you know how many people walked up to me on the street yesterday? I went to Disneyland yesterday with my kids, and how many people walked up to me and put their hand on (me) and said, ‘We prayed for you?’
It was sad because you have to relive a lot of stuff, but at the same time, it gave me faith in humanity and the goodness of people.”
The dad named his youngest child Vida, which means “life” in his wife’s native tongue of Spanish.
Bublé’s most recent album, “Love,” came out in November 2018.