Criss Angel has opened up about his son’s cancer battle amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The illusionist, 52, stated in an emotional interview that his religion helps him cope together with his 6-year-old Johnny Crisstopher’s illness, and is assured he’ll go into remission once more.
“I simply know that all the pieces goes to be okay and that there’s a better objective, and I’m right here to do this objective and that better work,” he advised DailyMailTV.
“And we’re very constructive as a result of we’ve religion and with religion, there’s hope,” he continued, “and with out it, it’s doubtlessly devastating to not have hope.”
Angel stated the COVID-19 pandemic has inspired him to help different cancer victims, as they’re at additional danger, and has made him “recognize the second you’re in, even whether it is throughout a disaster.”
“These youngsters that get affected, it has a profound impact on them. They have a look at issues in a different way,” he stated. “They don’t take issues as a right. They’re within the second and the second is what all of us need to be in and need to mirror on as a result of we don’t know if we’re going to have the subsequent second.
“I can’t be any extra pleased with a 6-year-old boy who sees the world that means,” he added.
The magician introduced in December 2019 that his son’s cancer had returned.
Johnny was recognized with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was 2 years outdated and had been in remedy till this fall.