Tom Parker's wife Kelsey shares clips of them dancing together

Tom Parker’s heartbroken wife Kelsey shares unseen clips of them dancing together… as friends and family reveal plans for his funeral to celebrate his life after his death from cancer age 33

Tom Parker‘s heartbroken wife Kelsey has shared sweet unseen clips of them dancing together at parties after his tragic death aged 33 this week.

Kelsey, 31, took to her Instagram on Thursday to post the ‘classic’ videos of her and her late husband enjoying a boozy boogie together.    

While his life and future with his family – wife Kelsey, 31, and their two children Aurelia, two, and Bodhi, one – was cruelly ripped away from him, his loved ones wish for his funeral to be a celebration of his life. 

Love: Tom Parker's heartbroken wife Kelsey has shared sweet unseen clips of them dancing together at parties after his tragic death aged 33 this week

Love: Tom Parker’s heartbroken wife Kelsey has shared sweet unseen clips of them dancing together at parties after his tragic death aged 33 this week

Those closest to the boyband star want the event to be filled with uplifting stories about his positivity, sense of humour and quick wit, according to The Sun

Reposting a video shared by a close pal on Thursday, Kelsey captioned the moving montage of dancing videos and snaps as ‘classic’ to her 216,000 followers.  

In the sweet footage, Kelsey and Tom could be seen enjoying themselves together on a dance floor, as the cheeky singer pulled down her top in the funny clip.

As Eve’s hit single Who’s That Girl played in the background, the All Time Low singer was captured sticking his tongue out as he danced with his beloved wife. 

Cute: Kelsey, 31, took to her Instagram on Thursday to post the 'classic' clip of her and her late husband enjoying a boozy boogie together

Cute: Kelsey, 31, took to her Instagram on Thursday to post the ‘classic’ clip of her and her late husband enjoying a boozy boogie together

Besotted Kelsey kept her hand around the dad-of-two’s waist, trying to kiss him on the cheek as they boogied together.

‘A true love story,’ the couple’s pal captioned the original post, which included several other sweet snaps and videos.     

While battling through chemotherapy and treatment Tom campaigned tirelessly to raise awareness of his cancer in the hopes of helping others.  

Couple: Reposting a video shared by a close pal on Thursday, Kelsey captioned the moving montage of videos and snaps as 'classic' to her 216,000 followers

Couple: Reposting a video shared by a close pal on Thursday, Kelsey captioned the moving montage of videos and snaps as ‘classic’ to her 216,000 followers 

He was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020, and given just 12 months to live by doctors. 

In September 2021, 11 months on from his diagnosis, Tom sang at the Stand Up 2 Cancer show at the Royal Albert Hall and even embarked on a Greatest Hits tour with his bandmates when the tumour was confirmed as ‘stable’ in November. 

But Tom’s condition deteriorated rapidly once the tour came to an end earlier this year.  

Party time: As Eve's hit single Who's That Girl played in the background, the All Time Low singer was captured sticking his tongue out as he danced with his beloved wife

Party time: As Eve’s hit single Who’s That Girl played in the background, the All Time Low singer was captured sticking his tongue out as he danced with his beloved wife

The tragic news of his death was confirmed by his wife Kelsey who he leaves behind along with their two children, Aurelia and Bodhi. 

Kelsey said: ‘It is with the heaviest of hearts that we confirm Tom passed away peacefully earlier today with all of his family by his side. 

‘Our hearts are broken. Tom was the centre of our world and we can’t imagine life without his infectious smile and energetic presence.

‘We are truly thankful for the outpouring of love and support and ask that we all unite to ensure Tom’s light continues to shine for his beautiful children.’

Tough: While his life and future with his family - wife Kelsey, 31, and their two children Aurelia, two, and Bodhi, one - was cruelly ripped away from him, his loved ones wish for his funeral to be a celebration of his life

Tough: While his life and future with his family – wife Kelsey, 31, and their two children Aurelia, two, and Bodhi, one – was cruelly ripped away from him, his loved ones wish for his funeral to be a celebration of his life

She went on to thank everyone who has cared for Tom during his illness, adding that he fought the disease until the very end.  

Just last month, Tom announced he had written a book, Hope: My Inspirational Journey, about ‘carrying on against all odds’. It will be published in July. 

After his death was announced the band posted a joint tribute to the star, while on Thursday, Siva Kaneswaran shared his own message. 

Siva posted a video of The Wanted bandmates hugging on stage with the caption ‘we’ll always be there for you brother,’ 24 hours after Tom passed away with his bandmates by his side.








Siva used the band’s 2011 single Gold Forever on the video. The track has now reached number one on iTunes UK in the day since Parker’s death following a campaign from fans. 

The video showed Siva and his bandmates embracing Tom on stage during The Wanted charity gig last year, with Siva writing in the caption: 

‘Always & Forever ❤️ Our Tommy boy. Say my name like it’s the last time, Live today like its your last night, We want to cry but we know its alright, Cause I’m with you and your with me’.

Fans have been campaigning for The Wanted’s Red Nose Day single Gold Forever to reach number one in honour of Tom. 

Tragic: Tom was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020, and given just 12 months to live by doctors

Tragic: Tom was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma in October 2020, and given just 12 months to live by doctors

By Thursday lunchtime the track had reached the number one spot while the band’s single Glad You Came was at number 12, All Time Low at Number 27 and Chasing The Sun at number 41. 

Fan footage, which has resurfaced following Tom’s death, has shown how the singer was supported by his bandmates when he was too weak to sing during his final performance with The Wanted. 

As part of the Most Wanted: The Greatest Hits tour, Tom joined his bandmates on stage at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena on March 17 – just two weeks before he died.

Fan videos taken on the night show the ailing star sitting on a throne during the songs Gold Forever and Glad You Came.

Sad news: Tragic news of Tom's death was confirmed by his wife Kelsey after he battled a brain tumour for two years

Sad news: Tragic news of Tom’s death was confirmed by his wife Kelsey after he battled a brain tumour for two years








Siva took over Tom’s vocals on Gold Forever while Nathan Sykes remained by his side, before Max George and Jay McGuinness joined him for the second song. 

The band wore sunglasses in solidarity with Tom, who chose to wear shades in public during his final appearances after his eye was forced shut due to his brain tumor.

Tom’s wife Kelsey was in the audience for the gig, proudly sharing footage at the time of herself dancing with the couple’s two young children while Tom was on stage.  

'Dream team': Fan footage which has resurfaced following Tom's death has shown how the singer was supported by his bandmates when he was too weak to sing during his final performance with The Wanted

‘Dream team’: Fan footage which has resurfaced following Tom’s death has shown how the singer was supported by his bandmates when he was too weak to sing during his final performance with The Wanted