Michael Bublé has received a major honor: he was given a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The 43-year-old Canadian singer was accompanied by his wife, Argentine-born actress Luisana Lopilato. 

Bublé and his wife have three children: 2-year-old son Elias, infant daughter Vida — who was born in July — and 5-year- old son Noah, who was diagnosed with liver cancer in November 2016, when he was just 3 years old. Last year, Noah was revealed to be in good condition.

Lopilato was reportedly teary-eyed as her husband received his star over the weekend.

Bublé opened up about his son’s cancer and other personal hardships — as well as his return to music — in an interview on the Today Show on NBC on Monday.


“It sucks. It hurts,” he said of his son’s affliction. “We’ve gone through so many hard times and we’ve dealt with this, and I’ve had to now answer the questions, that it’s so much fun for me to be able to sort of not look back at the past, and to look forward to the future and be excited about life for our family and my boy and everything,” said the singer.

“I just wanted to get away and get focused on the good stuff,” added Bublé.

Bublé added that the past two years have helped him gain a greater perspective on life and realize what truly matters.

“You learn a lot about life and what’s important and what matters, and you stop sweating the small stuff because you realize that most of the stuff is the small stuff,” the singer added.

Bublé’s appropriately named new album Love was released on Friday.