WATCH: Tom Parker Funeral Video Goes Viral On Social Media: A heartfelt video is presently circulating on the web and making everyone cry. The video is created by a bandmate who is paying tribute to his mate through an emotional video. Yes, you are right we are talking about The Wanted star Max George gave a beautiful accolade at his friend and bandmate’s funeral of Tom Parker on Wednesday, 20th April 2022. The ex-Strictly Come Dancing star talked at Saint Francis of Assisi Parish Church in Petts Wood in South East London about the sad occasion and stated: “It is with the deepest sadness that we all are present here today but I am going to attempt and say somethings from us boys, that will make you smile about Tom. Follow More Update On AVDuke News
Tom Parker Funeral Video
“Tom was, and always will be, a sibling to me and my bandmates. He made us smile from the beginning. His love for music and his endeavor for success outmatched any of us.” Apart from it, the bandmates of Tom Parker from The Wanted have uploaded an emotional video tribute to him, following the funeral of the late vocalist. The 4-and-a-half minute compilation video viewed several clips of Parker and his bandmate, who created the group in the year 2009, concluding with the message “we love you brother”.
“Sleep Well Brother x”, the band stated on their official Twitter account, uploading a link to the video on Youtube. Set to a piano-backed version of the hit track Gold Forever of the band, in which Parker sang the opening line, the video clips included behind-the-scenes snapshots of the band at the time of their recent tour and reunion, as well as their early days and bits from official music videos.
It viewed plenty of laughs and love between bandmates and Parker, Max George, Jay McGuiness, Nathan Skyes, and Siva Kaneswaran, as they took part in photoshoots and shows together while Parker was battling his stage 4 brain tumor. The lead singer died on the 30th of March at the time of his passing he was 30 years old, following his diagnosis in the month of October 2020.
At the time of the video, the lead vocalist is watched sitting on the sofa with his phone, glancing up at the camera to laugh: “I have no idea what we are doing. I know we are doing a video, I am here for it, and that is all that counts.” The widow of Parker, Kelsey, paid tribute to the star as her “soulmate” at the time of his funeral in a pre-recorded message, stating: “Marrying you was the best day of my life.”
Family and close pals, including Liam Payne from One Direction, attended the private ceremony at the ceremony which was held at St Francis of Assisi church in Petts Wood, south-east London on Wednesday morning.