Love Never Dies
On this day for the first time in 3 years without special circumstance or alternate date, the 75th Annual Tony Awards tonight are taking place right where it left off 3 years ago this weekend, a time to celebrate the new storied productions taking place now on Broadway, and a time to celebrate those who’ve passed on thanks to COVID19, that’s what Amanda Kloots does today as Amanda remembers the time she took the stage at the Tony Awards in 2014 performing a dance number from “Bullets Over Broadway”, the very show she met her love, Nick Cordero.
This was a special time in deed for Amanda as she and Nick began their very own love story which led to the 2 getting married in September 2017, followed by a move to Los Angeles where Nick wanted to pursue a music career.
Sadly, Nick contracted COVID19 in April 2020 at the height of the pandemic, Amanda took to Instagram every single day to steer positive vibes in Nick’s direction to wake up and recover from the virus, in spite of all best efforts, Nick lost his battle with COVID19 on July 5, 2020, after a 95 day battle fought not only by Nick, but by his wife, Amanda, and many of Nick’s dear friends who loved Nick dearly and deeply.
Little did Amanda know just one day after the last regular Tony Awards took place back in 2019 which Daniel plus Lauren was in New York City for a trade show event on Tony’s Day 2019, a miracle happened for Nick and Amanda, their son, Elvis, was born on June 10, 2019, and Amanda indeed celebrated the miracle gifted to her this past Friday, with all the birthday wishes and gifts possible, and Elvis growing right before Amanda’s eyes, destined to shine on that Broadway stage one day, and be celebrated at the Tony Awards.