Michael Bublé's Christmas Special is airing on NBC on December 20 at 8 p.m. It will be his sixth annual Christmas special. This year's theme is "Michael Bublé Sings and Swings." During the show, the Canadian singer will delight fans with his favorite pop hits, as well as some of his jazz tunes. Taped before a live audience in Manchester, England, this special captures Bublé at his absolute best and is sure to entertain audiences of all ages.

Not Christmas

You have probably heard the expression, "It's not over until the fat lady sings." Well, it is not Christmas until Michael Bublé sings. Bublé has said he would not sing again until his three-year-old son, Noah, is cured of liver cancer. However, his special was taped before a live audience in Manchester, England before his son was diagnosed with the disease. The special is sure to put people of all ages in the mood for Christmas. Following Michael Bublé's Christmas special, Michael will appear on Tony Bennett's 90th Birthday Special. That, too, was taped before Noah got sick.

Noah's Christmas

There is some good news for Michael and his actress wife, Luisana Lopilato. Noah will not have to spend Christmas in the hospital. He has been getting cancer treatments in a hospital in the United States. Doctors have given the green light that Noah is well enough to go home for Christmas. The parents and Noah will stay with relatives in Los Angeles instead of going back to their mansion in Vancouver where they usually celebrate the holidays.

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Other relatives will join Michael, Luisana, Noah and their younger son in Los Angeles for a big family Christmas celebration.

Noah's parents were told the sad news on November 1. The singer and actress have decided to put their careers on hold to focus on their son's health. Doctors believe Noah has a 90 percent chance of beating cancer and returning to normal health. The little boy will have to undergo four months of chemo and the possibility of surgery to remove the tumor.

He has already successfully completed the first stage of his treatment. So, despite the bad situation, there is some good news surrounding Noah's health.

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