Michael Bublé chokes back tears as son Noah, 8, surprises him by learning his song on piano

Michael Bublé was left choking back tears on Thursday after his son Noah, eight, surprised him after learning a piano rendition of his song, I’ll Never Not Love You.

In a video shared to his Instagram, the Canadian crooner, 46, was seen joining his boy for a singalong, with the youngster having learned the tune while Michael was away on tour.

And the superstar was seen getting emotional over the sweet surprise, with proud dad Michael remarking that Noah, who battled cancer when he was younger, had ‘more talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body.’

Emotional: Michael Bublé was left choking back tears on Thursday after his son Noah, eight, surprised him after learning a piano rendition of his song, I’ll Never Not Love You

Ditching his smart suits for a casual white T-shirt and mint green shorts, Michael looked happy and relaxed as he leaned against the piano and sun while his son tinkled the ivories.

He wrote over the video: ‘Noah surprised me after I was away on tour. Her worked so proud to learn this song. So proud of my guy.’

But as he continued to sing, Michael became amazed at just how good his son could play, as he turned to his kid and exclaimed: ‘Dude!!!’

The Home hitmaker could be seen shaking his head, pointing to Noah and gesturing to someone off screen as his boy continued to play his song.

Talent: In a video shared to his Instagram, the Canadian crooner, 46, was seen joining his boy for a singalong, with the youngster having learned the tune while Michael was away on tour

Talent: In a video shared to his Instagram, the Canadian crooner, 46, was seen joining his boy for a singalong, with the youngster having learned the tune while Michael was away on tour

His voice then began to shake and he put his hand to his chest as he fought back tears, with the star adding: ‘I’m getting choked up’ before placing a hand on Noah’s shoulder.

The heartwarming video was met with a plethora of supportive messages from his fans and followers, with his wife Luisana Lopilato even commenting: ‘My baby!!’

Michael also shares son Elias, six, and daughter Vida, four, with Luisana, 35, with the actress currently expecting the couple’s fourth child.

It emerged she was pregnant in February when she was featured in his music video for I’ll Never Not Love You, with the beauty pulling her husband out of a dream sequence, with her growing baby bump on display.

Back in April, Michael admitted he was feeling ‘so unstable and vulnerable’ after Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a kind of liver cancer, in 2016 at age three.

Overwhelmed: the superstar was seen getting emotional over the sweet surprise, with proud dad Michael remarking that Noah had 'more talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body'

Overwhelmed: the superstar was seen getting emotional over the sweet surprise, with proud dad Michael remarking that Noah had ‘more talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body’

Duo: Ditching his smart suits for a casual white T-shirt and mint green shorts, Michael looked happy and relaxed as he leaned against the piano and sun while his son tinkled the ivories

Duo: Ditching his smart suits for a casual white T-shirt and mint green shorts, Michael looked happy and relaxed as he leaned against the piano and sun while his son tinkled the ivories

Sweet: His voice then began to shake and he put his hand to his chest as he fought back tears, with the star adding: 'I'm getting choked up' before placing a hand on Noah's shoulder

Sweet: His voice then began to shake and he put his hand to his chest as he fought back tears, with the star adding: ‘I’m getting choked up’ before placing a hand on Noah’s shoulder

Can't believe it: Michael shared his pride and joy at his son having learned to play his song on piano

Can’t believe it: Michael shared his pride and joy at his son having learned to play his song on piano

The youngster underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy, with Michael putting his career on hold for a while amid his boy’s treatment.

But the jazz singer told how he was ready to get back into the swing of things after his son — now eight — has done into remission.

Michael still dealt with the fear and uncertainty of his son’s diagnosis even after he initially went into remission.

He told The Mirror: ‘I’ve been through a lot, obviously. When I made the last record [in 2018]my son had just been in remission and I wasn’t ready to come back,’ he explained.

‘I didn’t know that at the time but, mentally, I was so unstable and vulnerable. I made a safe record with producers I liked and I just tried to protect myself and hold on to a career.

Tough time: Back in April, Michael admitted he was feeling 'so unstable and vulnerable' after Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a kind of liver cancer, in 2016 at age three

Tough time: Back in April, Michael admitted he was feeling ‘so unstable and vulnerable’ after Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a kind of liver cancer, in 2016 at age three

‘But I feel really good now and I was raring to go — like this great weight had been lifted off me. My son was healthy, my kids and my wife were good, life is good. Why wouldn’t I just explode wanting to make an incredible record?’ he said.

It comes after Michael stopped his concert at Powderham Castle in Exeter on Monday night after reportedly hearing fans shouting for medical help.

The Canadian singer took to the stage in Devon paused his performance when he noticed a commotion at the back of the crowd, with the star calling for assistance for the audience members over his microphone.

One concert-goer told the Mirror: ‘There were people in the back of the crowd and Michael said, “What’s going on why is all these people shouting?”

Stop!  It comes after Michael stopped his concert at Powderham Castle in Exeter on Monday night after reportedly hearing fans shouting for medical help

Stop! It comes after Michael stopped his concert at Powderham Castle in Exeter on Monday night after reportedly hearing fans shouting for medical help

‘And then he asked for the paramedics to go and he talked to the crowd about not being scared.

‘People in the audience were shouting and trying to get his attention as paramedics were required.’

Another fan said: ‘He sort of made a joke of it at the end.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Michael for comment.

Helping hand: The Canadian singer took to the stage in Devon paused his performance when he noticed a commotion at the back of the crowd

Helping hand: The Canadian singer took to the stage in Devon paused his performance when he noticed a commotion at the back of the crowd

Baby bliss: Michael's wife, Luisana Lopilato, is pregnant and revealed in February they are expecting their fourth child in his music video for I'll Never Not Love You (pictured in 2016)

Baby bliss: Michael’s wife, Luisana Lopilato, is pregnant and revealed in February they are expecting their fourth child in his music video for I’ll Never Not Love You (pictured in 2016)

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