Lea Michele’s Son Ever Faces Ongoing Health Issue, Says He’s Not ‘Out Of The Woods Yet’

Samuel Edwards

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Lea Michele, star of “Funny Girl” and former “Glee” actress, has taken to her Instagram Story to provide an update on her 2-year-old son Ever’s condition after he was recently admitted to the hospital with a “scary health issue”. She apologized for missing performances of “Funny Girl” and thanked fans for their support and love during this challenging time. She also expressed her gratitude towards the doctors and hospital staff treating her son. Despite still having some ways to go, Ever is making progress and heading in a good direction.

It has been a difficult week for Michele, who recently returned to the Broadway show after a brief break. She also expressed her gratitude to her “Funny Girl” family for their support and welcomed the chance to be back on stage. Although tired and nursing a cold, she is grateful to be back performing.

Julie Benko had to step in as Michele’s understudy in her absence. Despite the chaos of the week, Michele took the time to apologize to fans for not being able to perform and thanked them for their continued love and support.

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Michele was previously criticized for her bullying behavior on the set of “Glee”. However, she has since reached out to her co-stars and apologized for her actions. Although the past controversy continues to hound her, she remains committed to her family and fans, knowing that their support will carry her through the hard times.

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