The singer joined James Corden to take part in a charity edition of his ‘Late Late Show’ sketch, following his son Noah’s recent treatment for cancer.
In a preview clip of the segment, which will air as part of Friday’s ‘Stand Up To Cancer’ telethon on Channel 4, the pair can be seen seen crooning along to Michael’s classic hits ‘Just Haven’t Met You Yet’ and ‘It’s A Beautiful Day’.
Michael’s involvement comes after his son completed treated for liver cancer.
The singer took time out of the limelight in 2016, pulling out of all work commitments after learning Noah, who was then aged three, had the disease.
He recently returned to the music world with a headline set at British Summertime festival in July, followed by the release of his latest album, ‘Love’.
He revealed he didn’t think we would ever return to recording or performing after his son’s diagnosis, saying: “I was fine with that. My entire world view has changed completely these last few years. I wanted to spend all my time with my wife and kids. That was my focus.”
He continued: “During that time, I also learned how much love and humanity is out in the world from the prayers and good wishes we received.
“But slowly, along with understanding what my priorities in life are, I began to feel a new commitment to express the emotions and lessons I’ve embraced.”
As well as son Noah, now five, they are also parents to Elias, aged two.