Amanda Kloots Husband Nick Cordero: Keeping his memory alive is important. Despite the fact that Amanda Kloots’ husband, Broadway alum Nick Cordero, passed away in July 2020 after a long battle with COVID-19, she continued to update her followers on how she was coping with grief and staying strong for their son, Elvis, as well as remembering her husband of fewer than three years.
Formerly speaking to Us Weekly, the cohost said that handling the sadness of losing her husband was a new experience every day. Many people have told me that ‘it gets easier [and] time helps,’ but I am not sure whether I have discovered that yet. I’m still crying pretty much every day of my life. Her words from April 2021 were, “It’s growing pains.”
The fitness teacher went on to say that she is “doing all in my power to keep healthy, active, and happy.” And, as you are aware, sorrow is a journey… “Everyone approaches it in a different way.”
Her bereavement process has become more difficult as a result of Elvis’s new milestones, according to the ex-professional dancer. The singer stated that “with Elvis, there are so many things that he does or there are moments in life that you just want your person was there to celebrate with.” “And I believe that’s when it becomes more difficult because you’re missing your person so much.”
Kloots will throw a memorial service for her spouse in July 2020, which will be attended by the couple’s relatives and close friends. The event was announced on Instagram by the author of the best-selling book Live Your Life. “I responded that Nick would have wanted this to be a celebration,'” she said in the caption of the photo. Let’s make an effort to laugh, tell amazing tales, and sing in his honor and in his memory.’ He would have gotten a kick out of it. It was absolutely stunning and flawless. “There was no doubt about his presence.”
During the ceremony, the audience members were treated to the song “I’m Here” from the film The Color Purple. Kloots noted that, after Cordero’s passing, the words took on a new significance for her. “Truly, I am terrified,” she said on her Instagram account. I’m terrified of my new normal, of the agony, of the loss, and of whether or not I’ll be strong enough to get through it. But I’m certain that Nick is cheering [sic] for me, believing in me, and wishing for me from on high.”
Cordero was taken to the hospital for the first time in March 2020 after exhibiting signs of COVID-19 infection. There were various difficulties in his case, including a mini-stroke, blood clots, and the amputation of one of his legs. The former dancer made the announcement that he will pass away on July 5, 2020, at the age of 41.
During that moment, she expressed her astonishment by posting on Instagram: “I am in amazement and suffering everywhere.” It is impossible for me to picture our lives without him, thus my heart is devastated. Nick shone like a beacon in the darkness. He was everyone’s buddy, and he enjoyed listening, assisting, and, above all, conversing. He was a fantastic actor and pianist, as well. He loved his family and enjoyed his roles as a parent and husband. The loss of Elvis will be felt by Elvis and me in everything we do, every day.”