It was a family affair when Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato hosted their latest Instagram Live session. The Canadian crooner and his wife introduced a very special guest: their son, Noah.
The happy couple chatted about love and life in isolation. “I don’t know what day we are living in,” Lopilato quipped.
Like the rest of us, the days are a blur for Bublé. “It’s all the same. Today is Friday, no?” he said. “The only difference for us, of the days, is that on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday, the kids get to sleep in our bed.”
Noah waited on the sidelines and was encouraged (in Spanish and English) to join his folks on screen. “You can come and say hi. You’re always welcome, dude,” Bublé told the oldest of his three kids.
The six-year-old stole the show. The superstar singer explained to the youngster how the world would be watching and, with a bit of prompting, the parents hit the chorus of Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s “Señorita”.
The webcast is understood to be Noah’s first time on screen since beating cancer. Buble and Lopilato put their careers on pause when the youngster was diagnosed with cancer in 2016.
In other heartwarming news, Bublé is making new music. “I’ve officially started working on a brand new album,” he tweeted.
It’ll be the followup to his eighth and latest album Love, which hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
I’ve officially started working on a brand new album. pic.twitter.com/GlqfmyhuyW
— Michael Bublé (@MichaelBuble) April 23, 2020