Michael Bublé posted about his upcoming surgery on Twitter saying that he will be unable to perform on two scheduled shows.
It’s rare to have a singer with such a unique voice that every time he sings seems like there is honey pouring into your ears. It is a tragedy at the same time when that kind of talent has to go through a vocal cord surgery that will render him speechless take away his voice.
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Not permanently though. 40 years old Canadian crooner Michael Bublé announced to his fans on Twitter that he will be going under the blade for a vocal cord surgery.
He assured everyone that his doctors are expecting a full recovery and that he will be up and about in no time. The Just Haven’t Met You Yet singer said that his doctors had told him that he will not be able to talk or sing for few months after the surgery. In the meanwhile he will be looking at rehabilitating his voice as well.
At the moment, he apologized to his fans for not being able to attend the two scheduled shows he would have appeared at. He will not be appearing at the Canadian Governor General Performance Arts Awards Gala where he was scheduled to be honored at.
He said that instead of this year, he will be honored next year on the 25th anniversary of the Gala. He also said that he will not be performing at the Marvin Gaye Tribute at the Kennedy Center which was scheduled to take place on June 5th.
He thanked the fans and the well-wishers in advance for all their prayers and their concern. He promised to keep everyone updated. Michael recently came under internet scrutiny when a picture of him eating a corn cob surfaced and he had defended himself against criticism.
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