MICHAEL Buble and Luisana Lopilato's son Noah, six, made an adorable first appearance on their video live stream after beating cancer.
Their eldest son was diagnosed with cancer in 2016 but has since gone into remission.
Happy Noah gatecrashed the their live stream as they spoke about how their days have blended into one.
Luisana joked with fans: "I don't know what day we are living in."
Buble responded: "Today is Friday, no? The only difference for us, of the days, is that on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday the kids get to sleep in our bed."
They then spotted Noah just off-screen, so invited him onto the stream.
Michael said: "You can come and say hi. You're always welcome dude."
Noah sat on his mums lap and asked his dad to perform a song on the toy guitar.
The singer – who is also dad to Elias, four, and Vida, one – began singing Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's song Senorita.
Michael has only recently returned to social media after he was warned by industry chiefs that he risked losing his career by taking a break to care for his son, who had liver cancer.
The Canadian singer was left devastated when Noah was diagnosed with the disease in 2016, at the age of three and prompting Michael to put music on standby indefinitely.
Recalling a conversation with tour bosses, he said: “When I went away and went through our family stuff with our son, I never knew if I was coming back.
“Then I had different promoters telling me, ‘Listen Mike. This might be over for you.'
“People forget quick. They do. You step away and they move on to the next thing.”
Thankfully, Noah was given the all-clear and Michael returned to the stage last summer with an emotional concert at Dublin’s Croke Park.
He said: “My first show back, I played Croke and I cried for like two hours afterwards.
“It was too emotional for me. I was too happy. Noah is great, thank God.”
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