Nick Cordero’s wife Amanda Kloots says Broadway star’s condition ‘got very bad’ and asks for prayers

Amanda Kloots took to Instagram on Friday to ask for prayers for her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, after his condition worsened after being diagnosed with pneumonia.

 ‘All prayer warriors right now PLEASE. Nick’s condition got very bad. Please pray pray pray,’ she posted in her Instagram Stories with a photo of Nick and their 10-month-old son Elvis.

She later shared an Instagram photo of her, Nick and Elvis for her roughly 70,000 followers with the caption reading, ‘My whole world has stopped. Please pray for my husband. Prayer warriors, prayer circles, whatever you’ve got. Energy, meditation, positive thinking. He is fighting for his life right now. Elvis and I need you Nick Cordero. It’s time to fight daddy. 

Condition worsened: Amanda Kloots asked for prayers for her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, on Instagram Stories on Friday after his medical condition ‘got very bad’

Fitness influencer Kloots gave an update Tuesday via Instagram with the good news that Cordero, 41, was improving,

‘He’s doing really good and his inflammation is down in his lungs and the doctors are really happy with his progress,’ she said while holding Elvis in a video clip posted to her Instagram Stories.

‘We thank you for all of your prayers and all of your thoughts,’ she added.

Cordero was originally diagnosed with pneumonia and twice tested negative for COVID-19, but Kloots has said doctors believed he likely had the coronavirus. A third swab of his chest cavity while unconscious came back positive.

Time to fight: The fitness influencer shared an Instagram photo of her, Nick and Elvis on Friday night with the caption reading, ‘My whole world has stopped. Please pray for my husband. Prayer warriors, prayer circles, whatever you’ve got. Energy, meditation, positive thinking. He is fighting for his life right now. Elvis and I need you Nick Cordero. It’s time to fight daddy’

Update: Nick’s wife Amanda, pictured with their son Elvis, shared on Instagram Stories on Tuesday that inflammation in her husband’s lungs was lessening after a week on a ventilator

Before he got sick, Cordero’s production of Rock Of Ages was shut down due to the pandemic leaving him without paid employment.

Kloots told BuzzFeed in an interview published Tuesday that she has now launched a long-in-the-works subscription service for her workout videos via her website as a way to make money. 

‘We’re gonna have hospital bills, and we have a mortgage and we have a car payment and I have to do my best to keep up my business as much as possible because it is my only income at the moment,’ Kloots explained. 

In Intensive Care: Cordero was originally diagnosed with pneumonia and was twice tested negative for COVID-19 but Kloots has said doctors believed he likely had the coronavirus 

New business: Kloots told BuzzFeed in an interview Tuesday she has now launched a long-in-the-works subscription service for her workout videos via her website as a way to make money

Tough time: ‘We’re gonna have hospital bills, and we have a mortgage and we have a car payment and I have to do my best to keep up my business as much as possible,’ Kloots said

Grateful: ‘The prayers and the thoughts and the people who are joining me in my live workouts or my online workouts … it just has been honestly overwhelming,’ she told BuzzFeed

She has been sharing her journey with her social media followers and told BuzzFeed she’s grateful for the outpouring of support she has received. 

‘The prayers and the thoughts and the people who are joining me in my live workouts or my online workouts … it just has been honestly overwhelming,’ she said.

‘When Nick wakes up from all of this, and he hears everything that has happened, it’s going to take him so many days to process this, he will cry so hard.’ 

Due to quarantine restrictions, Kloots is unable to be at her husband’s bedside at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles where he has been receiving treatment

Cordero is a Tony Award-nominated stage actor who has starred in shows like Bullets Over Broadway, Rock of Ages and Waitress.

Long haul: Amanda previously gave an update on Cordero’s condition last Thursday after previously asking people for prayers as he was placed on a ventilator in ICU

Tragic: Cordero, 41, pictured in January, is a Tony Award-nominated stage actor who has starred in shows like Bullets Over Broadway, Rock of Ages and Waitress

 

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