Amanda Kloots joined in on Rebecca Minkoff’s virtual “Fearless” event today where Amanda was interviewed by her very own sister, Anna, about finding the courage and strength to go on each day Amanda’s late husband, Nick Cordero, fought COVID19 for 95 days, which is in Amanda’s just released book, “Live Your Life”.
It was the love and support of Amanda’s followers on Instagram that kept Amanda going every single day with encouraging words of wisdom, singing along with Amanda as Amanda went live late each day to sing Nick’s song, “Live Your Life”, even on days where Amanda was crying and didn’t feel it in her heart to go live, those same words of encouragement are what pulled Amanda through.
Both Amanda and Anna agreed enthusiastically about making decisions, whether it’s a good decision or a bad decision, both scenarios help you move forward, and you can look back later on whether that decision was good or not, but the worst thing you can do is be stuck on indecision, it’ll only leave you stuck, pile up whatever fear you have, and you will not be able to move forward, those decisions easy and difficult Amanda had to make everyday regarding Nick’s condition and treatment, especially when amputating Nick’s leg early in his COVID fight.
Amanda Kloots in a special musical mornings today played “You’re Just Too Good To Be True” by Frankie Valli for one specific reason, because it’s publication day of “Live Your Life”, where Amanda explains how Frankie Valli’s song has a special connection to Amanda’s late husband, Nick Cordero, which you’ll find out about more since “Live Your Life” was released today after nearly a year of writing it and promoting it.
Amanda also reveals today that the book you see above this paragraph is what she read to Nick every single day while he was in the hospital battling COVID19, another source of inspiration to help Nick fight the virus along with playing music and singing to him that kept him alive for 62 days.
Nick Cordero is truly survived on a daily basis by his 2-year-old son, Elvis, who spent his morning today looking up at the sky with a bag of carrots and doing nothing but fantasizing, which is something that Nick did everyday in his life, making Elvis a mini Nick Cordero.
Today’s the day, Amanda Kloots’s “Live Your Life” story about her late husband, Nick Cordero’s battle with COVID19, and her incredible efforts to save Nick, is finally on publication for you to buy now, this book was an extraordinary effort to write in just 6 months thanks to both Amanda and Anna writing around the clock in different time zones, plus Amanda wants to thank you by going live today at 3 p.m. PDT/ 6 p.m. EDT for a singalong in true Nick Cordero fashion, then again at 5:30 p.m. PDT/ 8:30 p.m. EDT where Amanda and Anna will hold a special blessing for the book that is “Live Your Life”.
The press for “Live Your Life” just keeps on going in such promotional fashion as Amanda was up at 4:38 a.m. PDT/ 7:38 a.m. EDT this morning to get ready for another press out in this publication day, this time with CNN.
LC Lauren Conrad on Monday evening told her LC Kohl’s lovers a little more about very unique jewelry in her collection that’s the LC Gold Tone Floral Detail Initial Necklace, floral designed jewelry pieces shaped in letters where you can find the initials of your name and pair from there, LC found hers immediately.
Audrina Patridge on Monday night got to see on of the most amazing talents in the music industry that’s stood the test of time, it’s Christina Aguilera who’s now a resident performer in Las Vegas, where Audrina and company got to relive their high school years seeing Christina perform hits like “Lady Marmalade”.
Lenii, who performed a cover of Nick Cordero’s “Live Your Life”, performed it again on Monday night to Amanda Kloots and sister Anna just hours before launching their “Live Your Life” book which is finally out now for you to buy and read all about the struggle Amanda encountered for 95 days to save Nick from COVID19.
Finneas, who’s song “What They Say About Us” is based on Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots, surprised Amanda and sister Anna on Monday night with a performance of that very song as part of Amanda’s book launch of “Live Your Life” out now.
Amanda Kloots and revealed Monday on “The Talk” that when doctors told her that Nick just had hours to live in his battle with COVID19, the doctors ask if Amanda had any other family or friends she wanted in Nick’s hospital room before he passed, Amanda called on Anna, Anna came, and both Anna and Amanda started singing to Nick and played on music, that was able to keep Nick alive for 62 days.
Amanda Kloots on Monday night went live virtually to chat with Zach Braff for a special Sixth and I live online event where a candid discussion took place about Amanda’s new memoir of Nick Cordero called “Live Your Life” that was just released.
Jacey Duprie, who’s a popular entrepreneur and author, expressed on Monday how much she loves reading Amanda Kloots new “Live Your Life” memoir which was just released today, plus Jacey notes that opening up “Live Your Life”, the pages land on where she’s mentioned in the book.