Devastating news about the „Lord of the Dance” Michael Flatley

Following a diagnosis of cancer, Michael Flatley, star of Lord of the Dance and Riverdance, is currently at home resting from surgery. His team made the announcement on Wednesday.

The Instagram post included a caption that said, “Dear friends, we have something personal to tell, Michael Flatley has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer.” The post was accompanied by a black and white photo of Flatley standing on a beach and looking out over the water.

According to the continuation of the post, “He has undergone surgery and is under the care of an exceptional team of doctors.” “At this time, there will be no additional commenting provided. Your thoughts and prayers are all that we ask for at this time. Thank you. Leader of the Team.”

The Irish dancer, who is 64 years old, was congratulated by a number of her admirers in the comments section.

“Everything I do, everything I think of, everything I pray for is for you, Michael. The whole world is with you!” one supporter offered a remark while another penned, “God bless you, Michael. I am praying for a speedy and complete recovery for you.”

“Only two pieces of advice I can give you as a cancer survivor are to have faith in your medical staff and to maintain a good attitude. Because of all the research that has been done, there are now a plethora of brand-new drugs available “One of Flatley’s followers penned a letter before they communicated with Flatley’s wife and kid. “Stay Courageous, Michael, and Niamh ”

In 2003, Flatley was diagnosed with cancer for the second time when he was found to have malignant melanoma. This was discovered by a viewer watching him on MTV while he was making an appearance.

He later revealed to the Irish Independent that he had been successfully treated for the skin cancer, saying, “It was entirely by accident that it was brought to anyone’s attention. I hadn’t even been aware that it was there… Being there may be quite nerve-wracking at times.”

In his memoirs, he discussed this incident and wrote, “A fear like that makes you even more conscious that you need to live every minute while you can.”