Michael Bublé Gives Family Home to His Caretaker | 22 Words

Michael Bublé has recently announced that he has now given his family home to his grandfather's caretaker as a gift for looking after him until he sadly passed away. After the bad publicity he's had over the past few months, this really brought him back into everyone's good books...

Keep scrolling for the heartwarming, surprise video.

We all know Michael Bublé to be a pretty nice guy, right?

Born in British Colombia, Canada, Bublé quickly rose to fame for his modern-day jazz vocals and his undeniable charm.

With many stating that he has put a fresh twist on artists like Frank Sinatra, he quickly became a household name.

After releasing his major debut album all the way back in 2003, it has only been onwards and upwards for the star.

His best hits include, "Haven't Met You Yet", "Cry Me A River" and "Home."

There is no doubt that you have heard one of these Michael Bublé hits. His most recent releases include: "Love You Anymore" and "When I Fall In Love."

And could we ever forget about his Christmas albums?

His covers of well-known Christmas songs are replayed every year and for good reason too. We just can't get enough of them.

And with all those classics stuffed under his belt, obviously, he was bound to win some awards.

After being named New Artist of the Year early on in his career, he managed to secure many spots on the Billboard 200 as well as receive a Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

And since then he has been writing and producing hits with other prominent artists.

His most notable being his duet with Meghan Trainor titled "Someday," also written by Trainor and former One Direction boy band member, Harry Styles.

But as shiny as his career was, his personal life seemed to be the opposite.

As with any celebrity, hiding from the limelight becomes a difficult task, especially if you're as famous as someone like Bublé.

He hasn't had it easy over the past few years, that's for sure.

When his then 3-year-old son, Noah, was diagnosed with liver cancer, his world turned upside down and his career was put on halt.

The singer described his feelings about dealing with such a horrible ordeal:

According to USA Today, he said this: "I don't even think about my career," and that now, spending time with his family comes first, with everything else ranking “zero on the scale of (expletive) to care about."

He continued:

“It’s going to sound sloppy, but I remember sitting there and thinking, ‘Why the (expletive) am I worried about all this (expletive)? That’s what I was worried about? What people thought of me, or the numbers of something? That’s (expletive). That doesn’t matter." "It allows you to enjoy the little things in life and not be so (expletive) busy worrying how many likes you got, or how much money you made, stuff that makes you go, ‘Oh God, what was I thinking about?’"

Thankfully, Noah is now in remission.

But he has described how his illness changed his values. So, for every 3 weeks he spends touring, he spends the next 2 at home with his family.

But knowing he has a strong bond with his family only made the news harder to bear.

When accusations of domestic abuse started surfacing, we were all left shocked and confused. And fans claimed to have noticed a reoccurring pattern, as opposed to just a one-off incident. But thankfully those rumors were just that... rumors.

While he has always credited his fans for his success, they have previously turned on him.

The Canadian singer has always been public about how much he adores his fans, but in spite of past events, they have started calling out the jazz singer for his behavior.

It all started with an Instagram Live.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, celebrities should spend their days quarantining like normal people, as opposed to trying to entertain us virtually because something always goes wrong. Take Vanessa Hudgens and Danielle Bregoli for the perfect examples.

Now Michael Bublé too?

But the allegations against the Canadian are extremely serious. As couples are being confined to their houses together, domestic abuse cases have risen at an alarming rate.

In an older video from last month, some fans noticed some strange behavior...

At one point, Bublé says this: "Honestly, I can't wait till you get to see the divorce on this. 'Cause honestly, I'm telling you right now, if you think this is an act, it's not an act. My God." He then turned to Luisana, who had just arrived a couple minutes late for filming and said: "You're so dead to me."

While many have noted that this is "playful", others have prompted her to ask for help.

Fans have had extremely mixed reactions about the issue, and of course, an Instagram Live is not always the best representation of a person, or a relationship.

However, now Bublé's wife had spoken out and calmed things down...

She completely shut down the rumors and claimed that Buble is a wonderful husband and his latest stunt proves that to be true. Keep scrolling for the full heartwarming video...

The singer appeared on a show with Property Brothers' Drew and Jonathan Scott.

In the special episode, Bublé explained that their caretaker, Minette, quickly became a friend as well as an employee to the singer's grandfather, Demetrio, who hoped she could live in his home after he passed.

Buble explained how it would be a great gift for Minette and her family.

"I hired Minette, the nurse, to come and live with [my grandfather] and by the end, [she] was his best friend. Minette never does anything for herself, and I think my grandpa would be thrilled knowing we could maybe lessen her burden a little bit and continue having Minette help her family."

And he kept it a secret from her up until now when he gave her the biggest shock of her life...

It's safe to say she was elated upon hearing the news. She broke down into tears, describing the house as "amazing."

Here's the full video:

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