Michael Bublé makes emotional return to the stage in London after Son Krebs diagnosis

Michael Bublé was on stage again on Friday night in London – the first time he has performed a live show since his son was diagnosed with cancer two years ago.

The Canadian singer was at the top of the list at Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time at Hyde Park, and his four-year-old son Noah, who had conquered the disease, was there to watch his father perform.

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Michael Buble plays live at Barclaycard British Summer Hyde Park in Hyde Park.

The 42-year-old star told the sold-out crowd that he was worried about returning to the stage – after joking about the torrential rain that had soaked the crowd.

"That's how it was in my head, I do not shit you," he said.

He added, "It's been two years since I've been on stage, and like everyone else, I'm worried that everything I once had could have disappeared.

"But after two songs I'm even better than before."

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He also paid tribute to his fans for their love and support.

He said, "There are no words for how much love, affection, gratitude I have in my heart for myself, my family, for your love, for your prayers, for your support.

"I do not just want to thank you for tonight, but for every night, for everything you've done for me, each of you made such a big difference in my life."

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His fans got a drink.

And the crooner is obviously a bit of a reality TV fan because he not only called "Love Island", but also the former "TOWIE" star Megan McKenna, who supported him.

"This is not a concert, this is Love Island …. and just like Love Island, incredibly demanding people will meet to meet, meet … and maybe in a swimming pool," he joked.

Michael and his actress, wife Luisana Lopilato, have canceled all work commitments after Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2016.

The singer previously spoke of the "hell" he and his family had undergone since Noah's diagnosis.

Speaking to the Herald Sun, the & # 39; Feeling Good & # 39; Singer: "You know what? Hell seems a really nice place to vacation compared to where we've been.

"I was in hell, I do not talk about the whole story, not even my friends, because it hurts too much

"It's my boy, he's a superhero, he does not have to experience it again and again, but I was in hell."

Michael and his wife are currently expecting a little girl. The couple already has Noah and another son, Elias, who was born in January 2016.

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