On Friday, Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato’s 6-year-old son Noah made a rare appearance in a live video the couple recorded for their fans. Bublé, 45, and Lopilato, 32, were discussing their plans for the weekend when Noah shyly crashes the video.
Noah is the couple’s oldest son and his appearance in the video is definitely its highlight. Watch the cute video and learn a little bit more about how this family is spending time at home together.
It takes a little encouragement from Bublé, but Noah joins his parents for the video chat.
Bublé tells his son that he’s appearing in front of a global audience and invites him to perform for people all over the world. Noah shied from the opportunity and instead suggested that his dad do the honors.
Bublé, a four-time Grammy winner, bursts into a rendition of “Señorita” by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes.
“Because I get candy.”
The proud parents then ask their son why he likes about Fridays. “Because I get candy,” Noah replies.
Not pleased with that response, Bublé prompts his son again suggesting that there might be a different reason he enjoys Fridays and the weekend.
“[Because I get to sleep] in your bed,” Noah says.
“That’s all he cares about. Him and his brother want to sleep in our bed and his sister,” Bublé adds.
Apparently, Noah wants to swim with sharks.
Bublé and Lopilato share Noah as well as his younger brother, Elias, 4, and their daughter Vida, 1. The family’s Friday night plans would consist of movies and popcorn with the kids, the singer explained.
“You know what he wants to be when he grows up?” Bublé asked. “Not an actor; not a singer. He wants to swim with sharks.”
Bublé then explained that Noah was their “superhero” and a “big inspiration for us.”
Noah is such an inspiration for the family because he beat cancer when he was younger.
He explained to Australia’s Today in 2018, that his son’s battle with cancer was difficult for the entire family:
“It sucked and it still sucks because what we went through was THE…worst possible thing that you could hear as a parent and as maybe a human being. I much rather it would’ve been me. Many times I wished that it had been. You know, it’s impossible. Look, there were many times that my wife and I were just, you know, surviving, struggling to survive and to breathe. And more times than people could understand—some days when we wished we didn’t wake up, when we did, we felt the love of those people. We knew they were praying for us. We knew that there was goodness out there. It gave us faith in humanity to be really blunt.”
Noah was just 3-years-old when he was diagnosed with cancer and thankfully, he beat it.
“Thank God, my son is well. When things like those that happened to us occur, your take on life changes,” Lopilato said after Noah recovered. “It happened to us. Now I value life much more, the now and the today. I would like to thank people for their support, for the prayers they said, for their love, and I want them to know that they reached us and that it helped us a lot to come through this.”
Over the years, the couple has been very protective of their children’s privacy and have only shared a handful of images of their children on social media. It was quite a shock for many Bublé fans when Noah appeared in the video, but we’re glad he did. He’s such a cute kid. We’re glad the family is doing well in these strange times and we hope they enjoyed their special time cuddling in bed.
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