The former Radio City Rockette-turned-fitness instructor has been doing live videos each day at 3 p.m. ever since Cordero was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in late March. In them, Kloots shared updates about Cordero and sang his song, “Live Your Life,” along with fans from all over the world. It began to be called #WakeUpNick.
She said she wanted to hold one more the day after Cordero died after being hospitalized for 95 days due to complications from COVID-19.
In Monday’s Instagram Live, Kloots tearfully spoke of her husband and then sang his song.
“We played this song a lot yesterday in Nick’s room with him,” she shared. “And we were singing to him and I kept telling him that he had the whole world singing his song and knowing who he was and what kind of an amazing person he was. I just wanted him to know that his dream of becoming a rock star happened. And sometimes your dreams happen and you don’t get to fully embrace them, but Nick’s dream of becoming a rock star definitely happened and it was because of you guys.”