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Amanda Kloots loads up son Elvis with ice cream as her boy celebrates 5th birthday with late husband Nick Corder


Amanda Kloots treated her son Elvis to ice cream on Monday as they celebrated his 5th birthday in Los Angeles.

The 42-year-old talk show host wore a sleeveless green dress by Los Angeles-based Misa along with white open-toe heels while outing with Elvis in the Encino area.

She wore her blonde hair slicked back and accessorized with earrings as she walked with Elvis, who carried a cup of ice cream and held a spoon.

Amanda welcomed Elvis in June 2019 with her late husband Nick Corder, who died in July 2020 at the age of 41 after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

She documented Nick’s health battle and death from COVID-19 on Instagram and has been raising Elvis in Los Angeles since his death.

Amanda Kloots treated her son Elvis to ice cream on Monday as they celebrated his 5th birthday in Los Angeles

Amanda and Nick met in 2014 while working on the musical Bullets Over Broadway in New York.

They married in September 2017 and surprised their wedding guests with an epic surprise dance and were together until his death in 2020.

Amanda shared several photos of herself with Nick and Elvis on her Instagram Stories in celebration of his birthday.

She also shared a post from actor Zach Braff, 49, who starred in the 2014 musical adaptation of Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway.

«Happy 5th birthday to the king, Elvis Cordero,» Zach wrote along with a picture of himself holding hands with Elvis as they walked together.

Nick was staying at Zach’s boarding house with Amanda and baby Elvis when he was initially diagnosed with pneumonia.

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In March 2020, he was hospitalized and placed in a medically induced coma after his condition worsened. His right leg was amputated in April 2020 due to a blood clot and he died after more than 90 days in hospital with Amanda by his side.

Amanda, a former member of the dance troupe Rockettes, competed on season 30 of Dancing With The Stars and finished in fourth place with pro partner Alan Bersten, 30.

The 42-year-old talk show host wore a green sleeveless dress by Los Angeles-based Misa along with white open-toe heels for the outing with Elvis in the Encino area.

The 42-year-old talk show host wore a green sleeveless dress by Los Angeles-based Misa along with white open-toe heels for the outing with Elvis in the Encino area.

Amanda welcomed Elvis in June 2019 with her late husband Nick Corder, who was exhibited together in August 2019 in New York, who died in July 2020 at the age of 41 after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Amanda welcomed Elvis in June 2019 with her late husband Nick Corder, who was exhibited together in August 2019 in New York, who died in July 2020 at the age of 41 after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

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She became a permanent co-host in 2021 of the daytime talk show The Talk after appearing as a guest co-host in 2020.

CBS announced in April that The Talk’s 15th season would be its last, with the show ending in December.

Amanda launched a digital fitness brand in 2020 that features her leading workout videos.

In June 2021, she published a monograph entitled Live Your Life.



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