Michael Buble fans can now sleep easy, as reports that the singer is retiring from music have been branded "completely false" by his team.
Last weekend (October 13), the Daily Mail reported that Buble was quitting music after his son's recent battle with cancer had made him re-evaluate his life.
"My whole being’s changed. My perception of life," he said in an interview with the newspaper. "I don’t know if I can even get through this conversation without crying. And I’ve never lost control of my emotions in public.
"I actually thought I’d never come back to the music business. I never fell out of love with music, I just needed to put it aside."
Now Buble's publicist has said the singer's comments in his supposed "last interview" have been taken out of context.
"Michael Bublé has absolutely no plans to retire," Liz Rosenberg told Insider magazine. "I wasn't sitting in on the interview but this must have been taken out of context."
A message on a Buble fan group on Facebook quoted Michelle Larson from MB Management, which said: "The rumours and reports that Michael is quitting is completely false.
"We ask everyone to not share any of these tabloid stories and delete any posts already shared to the Buble Insider and personal pages."
Buble is gearing up to release his new album, ❤️ (pronounced Love) on November 16. Two of his albums are already among the UK's 40 biggest of all time - see the full list here.