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Amanda Kloots celebrates what would've been her late husband Nick Cordero's 42nd birthday

Amanda Kloots, the widow of Tony nominee Nick Cordero, tearfully celebrated what would have been his 42nd birthday on Thursday.

‘My angel in heaven is celebrating his birthday today,’ the grieving 38-year-old wrote to her 583K Instagram followers.

‘Happy 42nd Birthday baby. I bet you’re having quite the celebration up there, probably singing to everyone. [Our son] Elvis and I will be singing here on Earth to you.’








'My angel in heaven is celebrating his birthday!' Amanda Kloots, the widow of Tony nominee Nick Cordero, tearfully celebrated what would have been his 42nd birthday on Thursday

‘My angel in heaven is celebrating his birthday!’ Amanda Kloots, the widow of Tony nominee Nick Cordero, tearfully celebrated what would have been his 42nd birthday on Thursday

Amanda then shared two snaps and a short video of the Canadian triple-threat celebrating his 41st birthday one year ago at a friend’s home in Laurel Canyon.

Kloots wrote: ‘Right after he blew out his candles I remember him saying, “Come on! I’m so blessed!”‘

To mark the occasion, the fitness trainer is releasing Live Your Life, an $18.87 album of Nick’s cabaret act at Feinstein’s/54 Below in Manhattan recorded back in April 2019.

‘I’ve never seen my husband work so hard on a show, and boy, was he nervous,’ Amanda told Broadway.com back in July.

The grieving 38-year-old wrote: 'Happy 42nd Birthday baby. I bet you're having quite the celebration up there, probably singing to everyone'

The grieving 38-year-old wrote: ‘Happy 42nd Birthday baby. I bet you’re having quite the celebration up there, probably singing to everyone’

'[Our son] Elvis and I will be singing here on Earth to you': Amanda then shared two snaps and a short video of the Canadian triple-threat celebrating his 41st birthday one year ago at a friend's home in Laurel Canyon

‘[Our son] Elvis and I will be singing here on Earth to you’: Amanda then shared two snaps and a short video of the Canadian triple-threat celebrating his 41st birthday one year ago at a friend’s home in Laurel Canyon

Kloots wrote: 'Right after he blew out his candles I remember him saying, "Come on! I'm so blessed!"'

Kloots wrote: ‘Right after he blew out his candles I remember him saying, “Come on! I’m so blessed!”‘ 

‘It was the first one-man show he had created, and he wanted to give the audience something to remember. Nick created a night of music and storytelling that was extremely personal too. It is a mix of Broadway, rock ‘n’ roll, standards and original music and, if you knew Nick, it was perfect!’

Guest performers on the album include Kathryn Gallagher (Jagged Little Pill), Drew Gehling (Waitress), Sara Chase (First Date), and Zach Braff (Bullets Over Broadway).

All proceeds from Live Your Life will benefit Kloots and their 15-month-old son Elvis Eduardo, who both rocked out to the record on Thursday.

The former Radio City Rockette – who met Nick in 2014 while performing in the Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway – will also be going live on Instagram at 3pm PST to sing Cordero happy birthday.

Dropped today: To mark the occasion, the fitness trainer is releasing Live Your Life, an $18.87 album of Nick's cabaret act at Feinstein's/54 Below in Manhattan recorded back in April 2019

Dropped today: To mark the occasion, the fitness trainer is releasing Live Your Life, an $18.87 album of Nick’s cabaret act at Feinstein’s/54 Below in Manhattan recorded back in April 2019

'It's so nice to hear his voice': All proceeds from Live Your Life will benefit Amanda and their 15-month-old son Elvis Eduardo, who both rocked out to the record on Thursday

'I love that we get to listen to him sing! What a blessing'

‘It’s so nice to hear his voice’: All proceeds from Live Your Life will benefit Amanda and their 15-month-old son Elvis Eduardo, who both rocked out to the record on Thursday

Tune in! Kloots will also be going live on Instagram at 3pm PST to sing Cordero happy birthday

Tune in! Kloots will also be going live on Instagram at 3pm PST to sing Cordero happy birthday








The Waitress thespian passed away, age 41, on July 5 following a 94-day battle with coronavirus-related complications at the ICU in LA’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

To pay the substantial medical bills, Amanda is refinancing the mortgage on their new Laurel Canyon home and she’ll receive the $1,055,240 raised (from a $480K goal) on Nick’s GoFundMe page.

Kloots also launched a $9.99/month subscription service for her workout videos via her website and Instagram Live as a way to make money.

As of Thursday, there have reportedly been over 6.65M confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States of America leading to 197K deaths.  

'Our last family photo before Nick got sick': The former Radio City Rockette met Nick in 2014 while performing in the Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway

‘Our last family photo before Nick got sick’: The former Radio City Rockette met Nick in 2014 while performing in the Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway 

Tragic: The Waitress thespian passed away, age 41, on July 5 following a 94-day battle with coronavirus-related complications at the ICU in LA's Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (pictured June 19)

Tragic: The Waitress thespian passed away, age 41, on July 5 following a 94-day battle with coronavirus-related complications at the ICU in LA’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (pictured June 19)

Over $1M: To pay the substantial medical bills, Amanda is refinancing the mortgage on their new Laurel Canyon home and she'll receive the $1,055,240 raised (from a $480K goal) on Nick's GoFundMe page

Over $1M: To pay the substantial medical bills, Amanda is refinancing the mortgage on their new Laurel Canyon home and she’ll receive the $1,055,240 raised (from a $480K goal) on Nick’s GoFundMe page










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