Marc Anthony has stepped out two days after he delivered the unfortunate news of his mother's passing on Thursday. In a Facebook post written in English and Spanish, the singer-songwriter confirmed that his mother, Guillermina Quiñones, has died in peace at 12:10 in the afternoon.

Anthony mourns death of mother

He also changed his social media avatars and cover photos to plain black to mourn the death of his "protector" and "inspiration," who has now become his "angel." Marc Anthony did not miss the chance to extend his gratitude to his supporters for their thoughts and well-wishes in this difficult time.

A few days ago, the 47-year-old singer asked his social media followers to pray for his mother who was reportedly hospitalized. Despite his hectic schedule, Marc Anthony was regularly seen visiting his mom along with his girlfriend, Raffaella Modugno, as cited by ET Online.

Following his announcement, Marc Anthony's ex-wife, Jennifer Lopez, shared a heartwarming post to pay tribute to her estranged husband's mother. "Just what the doctor ordered...Surrounded by love... Descansas en Paz Ginny...Te vamos a extrañar (You rest in peace, Ginny. We'll miss you)," she captioned.

Singer is back in business after delivering the sad news

On Saturday, the "You Sang to Me" artist made his first public appearance at the International Champions Cup where he performed during the halftime show of the "El Clasico" match between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.

Thousands of people gathered inside the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, to witness the highly anticipated competition between the two teams.

Marc Anthony, who is still mourning the death of his mother, gave his best shot to perform for countless football fans who were watching the game. The popular salsa artist arrived at the venue in dark suit matched with a pair of sunglasses.

According to ET Online, the singer was emotional when stepped on the field for his performance.

The two-time Grammy Award winner performed a medley of "I Need To Know," "Tu Amor Me Hace Bien," "La Gozadera" and "Vivir Mi Vida" for the halftime show.

It is still unknown whether or not the singer will make some changes to the schedule of his "Full Circle" concert tour which is slated to invade Colombia for a two-day show on August 4 and 5 in Bogota and Medellin, respectively.

These will be followed by another two-day concert in Peru on August 12 and 14 and will continue until Marc Anthony wraps up the concert series in Chicago on December 3.

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