MICHAEL Bublé was moved to tears when he returned to the stage in London after his son beat cancer.
The Home singer spent two years away from the limelight when three-year-old Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016, but he made a triumphant return at British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park tonight.
Getty – Contributor Michael Buble performed an emotional set at BST in London’s Hyde Park tonight after taking time out to concentrate on his son Noah’s health
Michael, 42, opened up to the crowd and admitted he was afraid to sing again.
According to The Mirror, he told the crowd: “This is exactly how it was in my mind. I s**t you not.
“It has been two years since I’ve been on stage. Like any human, of course I worried that whatever I had at one point was gone.
“But after two songs, I’m better than I was before.”
Getty – Contributor Michael gave an emotional speech and fought back tears on stage
He sang hits Feeling Good and Just Haven’t Met You Yet and was supported by former realty TV star Megan McKenna.
Bublé and his actress wife Luisana Lopilato cancelled all work after little Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer.
Since then he has shunned the limelight and posted only two updates on Facebook about his son’s condition – said to be improving after chemotherapy in the US.
The singer, also dad to one-year-old Elias, previously spoke about the family’s turmoil as he was honoured with a performing arts award in Ottawa.
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PA:Press Association The star appeared to enjoy every minute of his set at BST after opening up to fans two songs in
He appeared emotional as he said: “My entire life has been inspired by how my family has made me feel.
“My wife, my children, my parents my sisters, my manager Bruce Allen, who are all here tonight.
“There are no words to describe how I feel about you.”