Do Re Mi Fa No! Michael Bublé Reveals Upcoming Vocal Chord Surgery After Canceling Scheduled Performances
Michael Bublé is not feeling good.
The longtime big band crooner announced Wednesday that he won't be taking the stage at a handful of scheduled performances because of a crucial surgery.
"I wanted to let you know that I am bowing out of some upcoming events due to pending vocal cord surgery which will require a period of time for me to rest and recover. No talking or singing for awhile," he revealed in a Twitter statement to his fans.
Among the canceled gigs are the Canadian Governor General Performance Arts Award Gala on June 11 and the Marvin Gaye Tribute at the Kennedy Center on June 5.
However, while the Grammy winner offered few specifics about the future procedure, he and his doctors remain hopeful that all will go well.
"My doctors expect a complete recovery," he added.
"Thank you in advance for your prayers and good wishes. I'll keep you up to date on my progress."
The "Best Is Yet to Come" singer has kept mostly out of the limelight over the past year, though in May 2015, he shared on Facebook that he was in the process of writing music for his ninth studio album.
While that full album has not come to fruition yet, another one of his creations was born this year—his second son, Elias. He and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, announced the birth in late January.
While he alluded to a lengthy recuperation time, Bublé has nothing to worry about—he has three loved ones at home ready to hold his hand through a full recovery.