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Lea Michele‘s son is ‘well’ again.

The former Glee star was forced to pull out of some shows in Funny Girl on Broadway in New York City last month after her two-year-old Ever – who she has with husband Zandy Reich – was hospitalized due to a ‘scary health issue.’

But the 36-year-old performer has revealed the toddler is now home and feeling better.

‘He’s well, thank you so much. He’s good,’ she told Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday at the Variety Power Of Women event.

This comes as a relief because in late March she said he was not completely back to top health.

Good news! Lea Michele's son is 'well' again. Last month her two-year-old Ever - who she has with husband Zandy Reich - was hospitalized due to a 'scary health issue.' But the 36-year-old performer has revealed the toddler is now home and feeling better

Good news! Lea Michele’s son is ‘well’ again. Last month her two-year-old Ever – who she has with husband Zandy Reich – was hospitalized due to a ‘scary health issue.’ But the 36-year-old performer has revealed the toddler is now home and feeling better

‘Hi everyone. I’m saying a quick hello from my dressing room here. I’m back at Funny Girl tonight,’ she said on social media.

The mother of one continued, ‘I’m really happy to be back. It’s been a really long week and we’re still not out of the woods completely with our son, but he’s headed in a good direction and we’re really really grateful.’ 

Michele welcomed her son, Ever Leo, in August 2020. 

After giving an update on her son’s health, Lea then opened up about her own status to her fans. ‘I’m happy to be back here. I have a cold I think from not sleeping at all this past week. But I’m really happy to be back with my Funny Girl family.’ 

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The performer then expressed her gratitude for all the ‘love’ and well wishes she had received over the past few days. 

‘And I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for just so much love and support this week. I really really appreciated it,’ she expressed. 

To conclude the short reel, Lea then added, ‘For everyone who is here tonight, I’m really excited and we’re going to make it a good one. So, okay, I love you all.’ She then blew a quick kiss towards her camera before the clip ended. 

Update on the white carpet: 'He's well, thank you so much. He's good,' she told Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday at the Variety Power Of Women event

Update on the white carpet: ‘He’s well, thank you so much. He’s good,’ she told Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday at the Variety Power Of Women event

In late March the Broadway star revealed on her Instagram stories that her two-year-old was suddenly hospitalized and shared a photo of her son resting in a bed with a stuffed animal close to him. 

‘I’m so sorry but unfortunately I will be out of @Funnygirlbwy today. 

‘We are at the hospital with our son dealing with a scary health issue that I need to be here for,’ she wrote in a caption above the picture. 

Although she did disclose the health issue, the actress added, ‘I’m so sorry. Please send us some love and strength.’  

Quick update: In March she updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old's health on Saturday via her Instagram stories

Quick update: In March she updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old’s health on Saturday via her Instagram stories

Soon after, the show’s own Instagram page also announced that, ‘Lea Michele will be out of both the matinee and evening performance today, Wednesday, March 22. Julie Benko will be your fabulous Fanny!’ 

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The actress took to her Instagram stories once again to express her gratitude to all the ‘well wishes’ that she and her family had received, followed by a quick update. 

‘We are taking our boy home from the hospital soon. Thank you to all the amazing doctors and hospital staff. I will be back to the @Funnygirlbwy stage this weekend,’ followed by a white heart emoji. 

The star additionally shared a photo of Ever resting in a hospital bed surrounded by stuffed animals. 

'Scary health issue': Earlier the star revealed on her Instagram stories that her two-year-old was suddenly hospitalized

‘Scary health issue’: Earlier the star revealed on her Instagram stories that her two-year-old was suddenly hospitalized

Leaving the hospital: She shared, 'We are taking our boy home from the hospital soon. Thank you to all the amazing doctors and hospital staff. I will be back to the @Funnygirlbwy stage this weekend'

Leaving the hospital: She shared, ‘We are taking our boy home from the hospital soon. Thank you to all the amazing doctors and hospital staff. I will be back to the @Funnygirlbwy stage this weekend’

Lea has been portraying the leading role of Fanny Brice since her opening night in September 2022, after replacing Beanie Feldstein.

Lea’s stint in Funny Girl is due to end on September 3, 2023 and she is looking forward to spending more time with her little boy.

Asked her plans when the show wraps, she told ET on Tuesday: ‘Oh my goodness, I’m gonna just spend as much time with my son as I can, and rest. 

‘And let my body just recover from doing this show, and be a mom of a three year old.’ 

She said he was three because by the time the show ends, her son will be that age. 

The Scream Queens star has received rave reviews for her turn as Fanny Brice, and the box office records the production has broken, Lea is still processing the ‘incredible’ accomplishments but ultimately her family life comes first.

She said: ‘I really try hard to take a moment to process these amazing accomplishments along the way, because they really are so incredible.

‘But at the end of the day, it’s like I wake up, I’m a mom, I take care of my son, I go to work at night, we have so much fun.

‘And I think at the end of the day, all of these achievements are so great. But the fact that we are having so much fun at the same time, as a cast on that stage – that’s truly what matters the most.’

Although Lea has appeared on stage before, Funny Girl will be the first time she has closed a Broadway production and she teased there will be some special moments for fans.

She said: ‘Our show’s closing on September 3, when I leave. I’ve never closed a show before. I’ve usually left, and so it’s gonna be interesting, but we’re gonna go out with a bang. I’ll tell you that we have a few surprises for my final night that I haven’t told anybody about yet.’

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