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Lea Michele updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old’s health on Saturday via her Instagram stories after he was hospitalized earlier this week. 

The Glee alum, 36, who announced on Wednesday that her son Ever was in the hospital due to a ‘scary health issue,’ opened up to her fans as she sat backstage in her dressing room ahead of her Broadway performance in Funny Girl. 

The star had missed shows to focus on her family, but stated on Friday that she would return to her leading role as Fanny Brice over the weekend. 

As she was dressed in costume, the singer uploaded a video and began with, ‘Hi everyone. I’m saying a quick hello from my dressing room here. I’m back at Funny Girl tonight.’ 

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.’ 

Quick update: Lea Michele, 36, updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old's health on Saturday via her Instagram stories after he was hospitalized earlier this week

Quick update: Lea Michele, 36, updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old’s health on Saturday via her Instagram stories after he was hospitalized earlier this week

Michele welcomed her son, Ever Leo, whom she shares with husband Zandy Reich, in August 2020. The two lovebirds had tied the knot one year earlier in 2019. 

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. 

Earlier on Wednesday, 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.’  

Staying positive: '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...,' the singer informed her followers

Staying positive: ‘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…,’ the singer informed her followers 

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

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

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!’ 

On Friday, 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. 

Lea has opened up about her son in the past, and recently told People last year in September that she would fully support Ever following in her footsteps if performing was his passion. 

‘I would be supportive of whatever he wanted to do that brought him joy and made him happy,’ she expressed. 

‘Would I like him to go to college and maybe get a degree? Yeah, definitely. But I’d fully support him,’ Michele added to the outlet at the time.  

Love and support: Lea also uploaded a photo of a bouquet of flowers she had received from her Funny Girl Family

Love and support: Lea also uploaded a photo of a bouquet of flowers she had received from her Funny Girl Family 

Leaving the hospital: On Friday, the Glee alum 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: On Friday, the Glee alum 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’

A final farewell: Earlier this month, it was announced Michele's final performance would be slated for later this year on September 3, according to Variety

A final farewell: Earlier this month, it was announced Michele’s final performance would be slated for later this year on September 3, according to Variety

The actress also explained that, ‘There are definitely aspects of this industry that are not pretty, and I feel very protective of him.’ 

‘But for me, my parents always supported me doing what I loved and what brought me joy. And I have to do the same thing with my child.’ 

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

Earlier this month, it was announced Michele’s final performance would be slated for later this year on September 3, according to Variety. 

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