The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran tells late Tom Parker 'we'll always be there for you' in new emotional tribute

The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran tells late Tom Parker 'we'll always be there for you' in new emotional tribute

SIVA Kaneswaran has shared an emotional new tribute following his bandmate Tom Parker's death.

Tom passed away yesterday aged 33 after a battle with cancer and The Wanted singer Siva, 33, posted a clip of them and the other Wanted boys on stage.


Their hit Gold Forever played as Tom, Siva, Max George, Nathan Sykes, Jay McGuinness hugged.

Siva wrote: "We'll always be there for you brother."

He added: "Always & Forever ❤️ Our Tommy boy."

The Wanted fans were overcome with emotion following Siva's post.

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One wrote: "he’s already shining bright ❤️."

Another said: "Some people stay gold forever! 🤍 We will always love you, Tom."

And a third added: "Always & Forever 💔 I feel broken, I can't stop crying. Forever my 5 boys 💛 sending all my love to all of you 💛💛💛💛💛. Fly high Tom 🕊🦋."

The boys posted a joint statement yesterday after Tom's wife Kelsey broke the sad news.

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They wrote: "Max, Jay, Siva, Nathan and the whole Wanted family are devastated by the tragic and premature loss of our bandmate Tom Parker, who passed away peacefully at lunchtime today surrounded by his family and his band mates.

"Tom was an amazing husband to Kelsey, and father to Aurelia and Bodhi.

"He was our brother, words can’t express the loss and sadness we feel. Always and forever in our hearts."

They ended the post: "Tom Parker 1988-2022"

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