Max George She is trying her best to lose her favorite bandmate.
Dear The Wanted Star Tom Parker He died in late March after a two-year battle with brain cancer. And as his bandmate and best friend, Max is still suffering – and trying his best to cope.
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In an interview with Dr. This morning On Tuesday, George revealed how he still communicates with the late rock star in his own way – sending him text messages of fan photos and other things he thinks his late pal would like.
George admits at the outlet that there are days when he texts unintentionally Glad you arrived The artist still says, a few months after his death:
“I’m still trying to process it, I still actually text him. If I find pictures or things that fans have made with him or they send a nice message to Tom, I’ll WhatsApp him. I just find that a little comforting. The worst bit is when I’m not doing it and I accidentally do it. Sometimes I go to do it and I think, ‘Oh no.’
Appeared on the Morning Show to promote George Parker’s posthumous book HopeThe goal is to raise awareness about certain forms of brain cancer, medically known as glioblastoma.
At the same time, Max recalled with optimism how strong it was for Parker to be so vocal, open and honest about his medical condition towards the end of his life:
“It was probably therapeutic for him in those days where he could just sit and talk. Honestly, I don’t know how he did it, because he was going through hell, but he was still talking to people who had glioblastoma.” … and show live how they can give it a positive spin and still have life. “
Parker and his family have survived this difficult time for the past two years, considering some impressive things, especially some physical, mental and emotional challenges.
Max also gave an update about Tom’s widow Kelsey Doing all this through, says:
“Kelsey has been great. He’s always been really strong like Tom. They were literally a pea two peas. He’s raising awareness for glioblastoma and cancer in general. He’s great. We often talk. Just check in. Make sure he’s OK. . “
Ah! We guess he still texts them both regularly.
You can watch the full interview (below):
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