Amanda Kloots Responds To Comment Saying She Moved On Too Fast After Nick Cordero’s Death
Amanda Kloots angrily responded to a person who commented on her social media page to her starting to date again following the death of her husband, Nick Cordero, who died from COVID-19 last year. Kloots, a Broadway actress who has appeared in Bullets Over Broadway, Good Vibrations, Follies and Young Frankenstein, was married to stage actor David Larsen before getting divorced and marrying her fellow Broadway actor Cordero, who is best known for appearing as Cheech in Bullets Over Broadway in 2014, for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Tony Awards. Kloots currently serves as a co-host for The Talk alongside other newcomers including journalist Elaine Welteroth and actor Jerry O’Connell.
Kloots revealed that she had started dating again almost a year after her husband passed away after a long battle with COVID-19. A commenter called Kloots out on getting back to dating so quickly. “Dating already wow that was fast,” wrote one commenter. Kloots angrily responded to the user, “How dare you judge anyone especially someone going through this process.” Kloots then posted a comment to all of her fans, warning them not to be rude about her current situation. “I will address this soon guys I promise,” she said. “There’s too much to say and too much that widows deal with to not talk about it. Until then I will call out anyone who is rude enough to comment like this.”
Kloots has been vocal about how hard her life has been since Cordero died. On The Talk, Kloots revealed that getting back into a dating life was not easy, especially since she is a mother. “Both of my husbands, I met doing Broadway shows. We became friends first, then we got married. Obviously with Nick, we had a child,” she explained. “I’ve never actually had to date. I just started dating again and it is so crazy to be dating for the first time at 39 years old. And it’s quite terrifying and really out of your element, and it’s just hard. It is hard.”