On the second anniversary of Nick Cordero’s death, Amanda Kloots honors her late spouse. A moving tribute was delivered by The Talk’s host on the anniversary of the Broadway star’s death on July 5 from COVID-19 complications at the age of 41.
“Ghost,” a single from Canadian singer Justin Bieber, was chosen as the soundtrack for the 40-year-tribute old’s film, which featured a succession of images of the couple cuddling, laughing, and playing with their 3-year-old son, Elvis. Singing and playing instruments were also shown in excerpts from the video by Cordero in it.
In the caption, she wrote, “Two years ago today, Elvis and I bid goodbye to Nick.” I’d never experienced anything like it before. A day goes by without me thinking about him, yet he’s the only one who can fill me up. It wasn’t hard to tell that Nick was there. One look at him and you’d know he was happy. Everybody adored him, and he was always there for them.
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“I’ll tell you a story… ” My partner reminisced about a fantastic dream she had on this day last year. The party was going on, and Nick was there, beaming with happiness. His response to her question, “What do you mean?” My birthday is today, therefore I’m celebrating. One day a year, I get to return home to be with the people I care about and share special occasions. What a difference it made to hear this.”
Today is his birthday, isn’t he? Is he content? Continued she: “There are numerous similarities between birth and death. No of what he was saying, I couldn’t possible know what was on the other side. I was able to immediately rethink this day. Nick’s ‘new birth’ day is July 5, rather than his death day. An otherwise gloomy day was made brighter by this bright notion. I made the decision then and there that I would join him in celebrating today and every Fourth of July. Honey is one of my favourite things. “I miss you more than I could ever express in words.”
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A picture of Kloots and Nick on their honeymoon in Italy was released on her Instagram Stories, where she is presently vacationing. In an accompanying photo, she added, “We spent part of our honeymoon in Capri,” she and her husband said. This place has a particular place in my heart and I’m grateful to be here today. One of Kloots slides featured a photo of Cordero and Kloots riding a boat together. Nick was always so joyful in this picture; it’s one of my favourites,” she wrote as the caption. There were other photos of Kloots and her husband from the vacation that followed the first one.
Last year, Kloots talked candidly with ET about her experience as a single mother following Cordero’s death. She said, “I have a lot of help.” “I couldn’t have done it without your aid. There are five jobs that I hold. As a result, I’m up all hours of the night working and then spending as much time as possible with Elvis. As much as possible, my friends and family come to my aid and rescue.” In order to keep her son, Elvis, aware of her husband’s legacy, the former dancer explained that she does this by talking to Elvis about his father on a regular basis.
“I go on and on about everything with him. In order to make him aware of his father’s presence, “I am simply so relentless,” she stated. Every day, we listen to Nick’s music. To his delight, as soon as I turn on the song “Live Your Life,” he begins headbanging enthusiastically like a rock band member. It’s just adorable. All over the house, there are images of Nick. This is the one he kisses before we go to bed every night. Preparing for bed, I tell him the dreams he’ll have, and they always involve Nick taking him on some form of trip.”
Kloots went on to say, “We talk about Nick all the time. What he knows or what he thinks is hard to say, but I do believe that he knows where Dada is. I believe Nick visits him and spends time with him on a regular basis My heartfelt gratitude goes out to you.”