Michael Bublé is a proud dad of four. The Grammy-winning singer and wife Luisana Lopilato announced the arrival of their baby girl, Cielo.
"From love comes life, light and her... our baby Cielo Yoli Rose Bublé," the couple announced in a joint statement Friday, sharing a photo of themselves holding the tiny baby's foot. "You finally arrived to our lives with your 3.8 kg!!! Thanks God for this infinite blessing, we love you!!"
The two share sons Noah, 8, and Elias, 6, as well as 4-year-old daughter Vida.
Thursday night, hours before flying back to Canada to welcome his daughter via cesarean section, the hitmaker lit up New York City's Madison Square Garden for his final performance as a father of three.
"In years from now, I'll be able to tell my daughter the night she was born, I played Madison Square Garden with all you beautiful people," he told the cheering crowd.
Bublé also told "Good Morning America" in an exclusive interview what his plans were for after the show.
"The curtain will close and I will get on an airplane and fly to the hospital in Vancouver," he said. "And my wife, my hero, will give birth to our fourth kid. And so I'm nervous and I'm excited and I'm anxious and I'm emotional and I'm tired and I'm grateful."
The tributes to the Big Apple didn't end there. Bublé also shared a hilarious story of his first residency in NYC, when he walked out to see the crowd and thanked a woman for waiting in line to see his show. Instead of being starstruck, the fan barked at him, "You better be f***ing good."
During the emotional concert, Bublé performed a resounding Elvis medley in honor of the 45th anniversary of Elvis' passing, and took a moment to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, paying tribute to those who struggled and lost loved ones by singing Nat King Cole's "Smile."
The Canadian crooner's emotions nearly got the best of him when he performed "Home," a song he wrote and was popularized by Blake Shelton. Bublé teared up while singing the poignant lyrics.