Amanda Cloots doesn’t worry too much about what others have to say when it comes to her love life. IN Talk The presenter fired back on comments that said she “quickly” switched to “fast” after the death of her husband Nick Cordero after she revealed that she had recently started “dating again.”
The 39-year-old fitness guru spoke about his personal life during Friday 23rd July Episode talk show CBS. Amanda spoke frankly about the “horrifying” experience of going on the dating scene more than a year after Nick died at the age of 41 from complications from COVID-19.
Hours after she revealed that she was slowly coming back to life, Amanda took to her Instagram story to comment on the negative response she received. After sharing a screen shot of a message that read, “Goodbye already wow, that was fast,” the TV star did not hesitate to express her disappointment.
“How dare you judge anyone, especially someone who goes through this process,” Amanda wrote, noting a user who left a rude comment on her page. “I’ll get to that soon guys, I promise. There is too much to say and too much of what widows are dealing with not to talk about it, ”she added. “Until then, I’ll call anyone who is rude enough to comment like that.”
Honorable Talk, the mother of one – who shares 2 year old son Elvis with the late Broadway star – did not divulge much about her dating path, including whether she has a boyfriend. However, Amanda talked about a really “difficult” transition from wife to widow.
“I met both of my husbands on Broadway shows. First we became friends, then we got married. Obviously, we had a baby with Nick. “ Live your own life – explained the author, noting that she fell in love with Nick soon after her divorce from her ex-husband. David Larsen, she “never actually met.”
“I just started dating again, and it’s crazy to meet for the first time at 39 years old. It’s pretty awful and really not for you, and it’s just difficult, ”Amanda continued. “I meet great people and it has been a great process so far. But I’ll just say it’s very difficult without going into details. “
IN Hooray co-owner was married to Go in style actor for three years, saying “Yes” in September 2017. The couple welcomed their beloved son Elvis in June 2019 and moved their family from New York to Los Angeles before Nick was diagnosed with the coronavirus. The star died after a 95-day battle with COVID-19 in July 2020.