Amanda Kloots, the fitness instructor and wife of the later actor Nick Cordero, filled in as a guest panelist on "The Talk," and viewers want more of her on the show, permanently.
Amanda Kloots replaced Marie Osmond as a guest panelist on "The Talk" for its latest episode, and viewers loved her appearance so much that some openly asked her to become a permanent fixture on the show.
On Wednesday's episode of the talk show, the fitness instructor opened up to hosts Sheryl Underwood, Sharon Osbourne, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Eve about the kindness that helped her deal with the loss of her husband, Nick Cordero.
The actor spent more than 90 days in a hospital ICU after testing positive for COVID-19, fighting to get back to health so he and Kloots can begin their new life with their 1-year-old son, Elvis, in their newly purchased home. Sadly, Cordero passed away.
Kloots bravely documented her husband's battle to regain his health while in the hospital. The way she let people in, sharing her experience let others get to know the fitness instructor on a deeper level, as Sharon Osbourne noted:
“I feel like I know you so well, but yet I don’t… I really do feel like I know you!”
HOW KLOOTS COPE WITH THE LOSS
The outpour of support Kloots received from family, friends, and fans help her process and work through the loss, noting that she wouldn't have made it this far without something so "beautiful."
Throughout her guest-hosting appearance on "The Talk," Kloots shared her opinions in a way that entertained not only the permanent hosts on the show but the viewers as well.
WHAT THE VIEWERS THOUGHT OF HER APPEARANCE
Responding to a social media post Kloots shared about her appearance on "The Talk," comments streamed in as viewers of the show shared their opinion, including the healing effect some think it would have on her:
The way Kloots inspired others through the way she handled her late husband's illness and death made an impact on others, who want to see more of her shining "light."
The four-month anniversary since Cordero's death recently passed, and Kloots is the first to admit that those "markers are hard," but she keeps busy and finds comfort in being able to talk about Cordero and her experience. Through her actions, Kloots makes a difference, as another netizen commented:
MORE DOORS ARE OPENING
Carrie Ann Inaba works as a judge on the celebrity dancing show, "Dancing with the Stars," as well. Now that she got to know Kloots better through her appearance on "The Talk," the 52-year-old thinks the fitness instructor would be a hit on the dance floor and gushed:
“I would think she would be amazing. Her Rockette legs are like up to my shoulders.”
The current season of "Dancing With the Stars" just held their semi-final round, and it's been a rough season for Tyra Banks, who came on as a solo host, replacing Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews.
Viewers struggle to accept the replacement, and Banks endured ridicule on everything from her hosting abilities to her choices in outfits during the show, and the semi-finals were no expectation. The model wore a black dress for the occasion with a matching hat, which as pointy as it was, attracted ridicule from fans.