MICHAEL Buble hinted that he can withdraw from music, following his son's cancer diagnosis.
Sun reports that the 43-year-old crooner retired from all his work commitments after receiving bad news about Noah, and says he no longer "has the stomach" for the industry.
He told the Daily Mail Weekend magazine: "I no longer have the stomach for that, the narcissism of the celebrity, this is my last interview.
"I decided that I would never read my name again in print, I would never read a review and I never did, I decided I would never use social media again, and I never did."
He added: "You just want to die. I do not even know how I was breathing."
Singer Michael was devastated when his son was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma due to liver cancer in October 2016.
He left everything to support his wife Luisana Lopilato and her son, who was only three years old at the time.
After two years of fighting cancer, Noah is finally getting better, and Michael made music again.
During an interview with Australia's The Today program, Michael previously spoke about Noah's battle against cancer.
He said: "It sucked and still sucks, because what we went through was the worst you could hear as a father and maybe as a human being.
"I would much rather have been me.
"I wanted that many times, I wanted it to happen to me."
Michael held back the tears when he said that he and his wife were struggling to "survive and breathe", adding: "More times than people could understand, some days we wish not to wake up."
"When we did it, we felt the love of those people, we knew they were praying for us.
"We knew there was kindness out there, it gave us faith in humanity, to be really strong.
"It was simply massive."
In February of last year, Michael issued a statement to confirm that Noah had progressed well after treatment.
He said that he and Luisana, who have two younger children, Elías, Vida 11 and 11 weeks old, were "very optimistic" about their future.
He shared at that moment: "He has been courageous at all times and we continue to be inspired by his courage. We thank God for the strength he has given us all. "
This article originally appeared in Sun and it was republished here with permission.