Criss Angel Reveals 2-Year-Old Son's Cancer Diagnosis

Criss Angel Reveals 2-Year-Old Son's Cancer Diagnosis (ABC News)

"Mindfreak" Magician Criss Angel has cancelled his upcoming "Believe" magic shows at the Luxor in Las Vegas to be with his 2-year-old son Johnny, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.

Angel, born Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos, first announced his "family emergency" on Twitter on Oct. 23.

According to US Weekly, Angel flew to Australia after he learned that Johnny was diagnosed with Leukemia.

Over the weekend, Angel, 47, posted a photo of him holding his son, and thanked his supporters for their thoughts and prayers.

In the most recent update on Johnny's condition, the illusionist posted photos from the hospital to his Instagram and Twitter accounts, informing fans that Johnny is currently undergoing chemotherapy.

"4th day [of] chemo treatment," Angel captioned the photo.

"Johnny & I can't thank u enough for the overwhelming outpouring of love, prayers & support #amazing #curecancer."

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