Michael Bublé opens up about feeling more grateful than ever for his fans
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Fans shouldn’t be surprised if Michael Bublé sheds a few tears when his tour kicks off on Feb. 13.

With his 5-year-old son Noah in remission from liver cancer, the Love singer, 43, is feeling grateful these days not only for his family’s health but also his loyal fans.

“I really feel that my family and I have been shown so much grace. The people that prayed for us and loved us and supported us, it means a lot for me to come out on tour and go to their backyards and show them with my actions in person just how much I appreciate them,” Bublé — who is starring in bubly’s first Super Bowl commercial — tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Bublé and Lopilato with their sons Noah and Elias
| Credit: Michael Bublé /Instagram

The star is spending quality time with his loved ones before he heads out on the road and admits it’s been an emotional time for him.

“Right now, the goal is to make music and to laugh and to cry and dance and get to be really connected to all these beautiful souls all over the world,” he says. “I’m emotional about it, obviously. It’s been a long journey. I know there’s gonna be a lot of moments where sometimes the songs and things within the songs might mean a lot more than they ever have.”

Still, that deep connection to his music is something Bublé — who is celebrating 8 years of marriage with actress Luisana Lopilato in March — welcomes with open arms.

“There will be moments where it’s maybe a little harder for me to control, but I think that’s a beautiful thing,” he says. “I just feel different as a human being and I feel different in my experience in just living my life. It’s given us faith in humanity.”