Channel 4 supporters were upset after the channel wrongly tweeted that Michael Buble's son had died.
Michael Buble discussed his son's cancer battle on James Corden Carpool Karaoke segments under the television network Get up to cancer program that took place Friday night.
The singer, whose eldest son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer hepablastom in 2016, when he was only three years old, left emotional Stand Up To Cancer viewers when discussing the details of his five-year son's cancer diagnosis.
Under the segment, however, Channel 4's social media team tweeted that the Canadian singer had died of the disease, despite the fact that Noah is doing well after his cancer treatment succeeded.
In a tweet that was deleted from the network's Twitter feed shortly after, Channel 4 wrote that "Watching Michael Buble talks about his son's death from cancer is one of the most heartbreaking things we have ever seen.
"Send him and his family so much love to tell her story!
"Please, please donate and help us #StandUpToCancer"
While the tweet obviously was intended to promote the musician's story and gather empathy from the viewers, leading to more beneficial donations, followers were understandably upset by the mistake, with many pointing out that the young child had not died and others expressed their confusion.
Before revealing how "his entire world ended" as he learned about his young son's diagnosis, the 43-year-old showed his musical talents during the Carpool Karaoke session.
Dad three has previously opened up for his son's fight with cancer and talked about how he and his wife wanted them not to wake up "as they learned their child's cancer.
The couple, who welcomed their third child back in July, "struggled to survive" while their son was fighting cancer.
We are only glad that Little Noah has managed to overcome his illness and we wish the young family a healthy and happy life forever!
From our sister page GoodtoKnow. Words of Aleesha Bathtub.