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Alexia Fernandez
November 10, 2016 11:05 PM

David Foster opened up about friend and fellow Canadian Michael Bublé‘s son Noah‘s cancer battle on Thursday, saying the singer “right now is in a huge bubble, as you would expect.”

“When this happens, everything shuts down around you,” he told Entertainment Tonight Canada. “You go inside your little bubble and I don’t think he’s looking at social media. I’m sure he feels the love from millions of people.”

Among those sending their love were Ronald Perelman, a stockholder in Revlon and Marlo Thomas, the national outreach director for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, according to Foster.

“He’s in good shape. He’s got good doctors around him,” he shared. “We will hope and pray for a good outcome, which I believe that they will have.”

Despite the well wishes and doctors “Haven’t Met You Yet” singer has surrounded himself and his family with, Foster said he “will not sing again until his child is well. I’m certain of it.”

“He’s a good man. He’s got a lot of good karma coming his way. He’s done a lot of good to a lot of people,” Foster concluded.

Bublé canceled his performance at the BBC Music Awards on Dec. 12, just days after revealing his 3-year-old son’s cancer diagnosis to the public. He and wife Luisana Lopilato have yet to confirm the type of cancer Noah is fighting, but Lopilato’s sister Daniela reportedly told Argentinian magazine Gente that it involves his liver.

Source: Michael Bublé/Instagram
Source: Michael Bublé/Instagram

Shannen Doherty provided advice to the singer and his family just a day after his announcement. The Charmed actress is still undergoing final chemotherapy treatments after being diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2015.

“Just trust in your doctors,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “Make sure you have amazing doctors, a great team and know that organizations like the American Cancer Society, Stand Up to Cancer, they are doing so much good for cancer.”

“And [there is] so much research that we have much better chances now. Stay positive,” she continued. “That positivity, that outlook on life that you can get through something, it actually does get you through.”


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