Late Nick Cordero will always be in his wife Amanda Kloots‘ heart.
Since the Broadway star died after a stint with COVID-19, the dancer has done her best to keep his memory alive. To that end, she has shared updates from her personal life, including the recent event that saw a New York City restaurant etching Cordero’s on one of their booths. Kloots has now updated fans on her late husband’s little-known musical career.
Amanda Kloots Gives Fans A Sneak Peek At Her Late Husband Nick Cordero’s Song In New Dance Video
If her most recent social media post is any indication, Kloots has continued intentionally updating fans on every new event regarding Cordero. The 40-year-old had shared a clip that featured her in a stunning red and white two-piece — a crop top and partially flared bottoms, while on vacation in Mexico.
The mother-of-one secured her blonde hair in a high ponytail as she danced with Hugo Lopez, who seemed more versed in the dance they were performing. The DJ wore an oversized white shirt with a deep V-neck, matching shorts, and green and white sneakers.
The duo seamlessly swayed to the voice of Cordero singing, “Oye Como Va,” in the background of the Instagram clip captioned, “How could I not attend Salsa class 💃.” Kloots confirmed that Cordero sang the song during a conversation with a fan, who commented, “Love your dance AND the song!” along with the hashtag, “RIPNICK.”
In response, the “The Talk” co-host wrote, “one of my favs from his album,” sharing no further details. In the original post, fans trooped into the comment section to praise her for her surprisingly good dancing.
“It’s so great seeing you enjoy yourself!! Amanda you are a very good dancer!!!” one fan exclaimed, as another observed, “Looks like you teaching him &) you really glow when dancing it’s like you are flying.”
A third fan asked if there was any dance Kloots could not do, while a fourth wrote, “I love everything about this including your darling outfit! I wish you would give us a quick lesson on how to shoulder shimmy! I cannot seem to isolate my upper body!!”
Another time the fitness instructor hinted at her bond with dancing was when she uploaded footage of her in a dance class last month. The Blast noted that Kloots had used the video’s caption to announce the death of her mother-in-law Lesley before catching her followers up on what happened after the sad event.
As it turned out, a critic DMed her about their disappointment that the GlenOak High School alum went “working out and teaching fitness” the day after her mother-in-law’s passing. She claimed that she opted to respond to the person with her post, it was not the first time a stranger would message her “telling me that I’m not grieving to their standards.”
Kloots then divulged that dance helped her deal with grief and that dancing “every day during that show,” referencing her time on “Dancing with the Stars,” enabled her to release the “stored pain” that she was unaware of carrying.
The ‘DWTS’ Contestant Shows Off The Restaurant Booth Dedicated To Late Husband
The Blast reported earlier this week that the actress informed fans that Cafe Fiorello had dedicated one of the booths to Cordero. Kloots shared the news with a four-picture upload showcasing her and her loved ones at the eating establishment.
In the first image, the “Fit for Christmas” actress appeared to be captivated by the engraved sign in front of her. A swipe to the left revealed that the words etched into the gold signage read, “This Table is Reserved For Michael & Dennis Basso. In Honor of Nick Cordero.”
Through the caption, the “Bullets over Broadway” star recalled how it felt when she first noticed the restaurant and when it became the best spot for her and Cordero. On him seeing how the cafe had honored him almost three years after his death, Kloots wrote:
“He would think that was the coolest thing. I love going back, eating here and visiting his table. An incredibly special time.”
Even though the post broke the hearts of many, they still took to the comment section to applaud the choreographer for being a good woman.