Amanda Kloots unlocked Nick Cordero’s phone after he passed away and found some heartwarming photos and videos.
The Broadway star died last weekend after suffering complications from COVID-19.
Kloots posted that she unlocked his phone for the first time since he went into a coma and found 832 text messages, along with some “gems” she wanted to share with her followers.
There were sweet photos of Nick with their son Elvis and of the family enjoying a picnic. Another photo has Nick showing off their first car, a Volvo, in February.
She found videos he made of himself singing birthday messages for friends, and on the street with their dog.
One ad-libbed song included the lyrics, “You can make a song about anything / About a car or a bus or a bird that sings / You can make a song about a bell that rings / You can make a song about anything.”
Just days before he was hospitalized, he recorded Kloots singing House of Pain’s “Jump Around,” to Elvis as the baby giggled.
Amanda also shared a video message with fans, saying, “I was recovering a lot of photos, and I saw text messages from so many people from April til now. It has been a day of reflection, a day of understanding, but Nick was such a beautiful man, I kept saying that to him at the hospital. ‘You are such a beautiful man, I love you so much and I still do and I will always.’”
To donate to a GoFundMe account for Amanda and Elvis, click here.