Singer Michael Buble has announced plans to quit the music business saying he no longer “has the stomach” for fame and the anxiety it brings. The 43-year-old took a break after his young son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer two years ago. Little Noah, now five, is in remission but Buble has struggled with being back in the public eye. In an interview in the Daily Mail’s weekend magazine he said: “I don’t have the stomach for it any more. The celebrity narcissism. This is my last interview. I’m retiring…” The singer has been working on a new album available on November 16 and entitled Love. He said: “I’ve made the perfect record and now I can leave at the very top. “It wasn’t as straightforward as, ‘My son’s recovered, I should make an album’. “I’d told my manager I wanted to take a ten-year sabbatical, so I could hang out and be bad. “I missed the guys in my band so I said to them, ‘Come over to the house, let’s drink, order pizza, play video games and jam.’ “They came over, we partied and we said, ‘Let’s play some music.’ “I thought, ‘Wow! This is fun.'” As well as recording his new album Buble has also been working with James Corden on a Carpool Karaoke special for the Stand Up To Cancer fundraising campaign. As well has Noah Buble and his wife Luisiana have son Elia, two, and daughter, Vida, who was born two months ago.