The coveted singer died tragically at the age of 33. But, in a tragic execution on Channel 4’s Stand Up to Cancer, Tom made it clear how lonely he was when he discovered he had a brain tumor.
In an emotional and painful discussion, Tom made it clear that his wife, Kelsey, could not stay with him because of restrictions because he realized he believed the doctor had done something wrong.
“No, you did it wrong,” he said, remembering his doctor.
In an interview with Devina McCall, she reflected on a touching point, at least, “Stand-up cancer.” She recalled, “It was an emotional moment. – I was alone in the hospital due to covid restrictions. So no one was with me – I was alone.
The doctors pulled a curtain over my bed and told me I had a brain tumor, and I felt like, ‘No, you’re wrong. That would be a mistake. I am only 32 years old. Made a mistake. ”
Tom presented that cancer could “devour” him if he was not careful, as he had promised to fight for his children.
Cancer can eat you up too fast and too fast. At the beginning of this journey there was a time when I could not get out of bed. I was eating a lot of cancer. That was not the physical aspect of the thing. That was the emotional side of things, “he said.
“I thought, ‘I’m heading for destruction, so what’s the use of calling me out of bed?'”
He broke down when he was told what had happened when he was told he had cancer.
His wife, Kelsey, assured him that Tom had died this morning, surrounded by family and friends.
He writes it with a calm heart; We make sure that Tom leaves peacefully with his entire family today. Our souls are torn apart. Tom was the hub of our world. “We can’t portray life without her contagious smile and emotional existence.
We are deeply grateful for the devotion and love and pray that we all come together so that Tom’s light shines again for his beautiful children.