Tom Parker: Wanted singer dies at 33

The English singer of the group The Wanted Tom Parker died on Wednesday, March 30 at the age of 33. He died of a brain tumor that he had been struggling with since 2020.

A tragic disappearance. British singer Tom Parker died on Wednesday, March 30. It was his wife, Kelsey, who broke the sad news to our colleagues at the Sun. “It is with a heavy heart that we confirm that Tom passed away peacefully today with his entire family by his side.”he said in a statement. The young man died after being carried by a brain tumoran illness that he had publicly revealed in October 2020. Unfortunately, her cancer was inoperable.

When doctors diagnosed his illness, Tom Parker was told he only had 18 months to live. In an attempt to delay the tragic deadline, the English artist had made numerous chemotherapies and 30 radiotherapy sessions. A few days ago, on March 21, he posted a video on his Instagram account to explain to his fans that he was leaving. publish a book (titled Expect), next July. A book in which he tells his story, his family and his fight against cancer.

“Our hearts are broken”

Tom Parker leaves behind his wife, but also his two young children: Aurelia, a two-year-old girl, and Bodhi, a one-year-old boy. Speaking to The Sun, Kelsey expressed her deep emotion: “Our hearts are broken. Tom was the center of our world and we can’t imagine life without his infectious smile and energetic presence of his.”

The singer was a member of the group. The fugitive, formed in 2009. On September 20, 2021 they had given a benefit concert against cancer, at the Royal Albert Hall, in London, of which Tom Parker was the organizer. As The Sun reported, the family also had a thought for those who supported them through this ordeal: “We are truly grateful for the outpouring of love and support and ask that you join in making sure Tom’s light continues to shine for his beautiful children.”

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