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Amanda Kloots shares candid revelation about being single amid milestone birthday
Amanda Kloots is opening up about being single, and even making fun  of it.MORE: Amanda Kloots emotionally discusses 'grieving' ex-husband following divorceDespite the tragedy she faced, the star just proved she can certainly find the light through it all, in a candid new Story she shared on Instagram.Amanda has become a beloved talk show host and dancer, frequently documenting the support she receives from her The Talk co-stars, as well as the behind-the-scenes of the Dancing with the Stars Tour she is currently participating in.WATCH: Amanda and Alan Bersten share fun DWTS' behind-the-scenes video MORE: Amanda Kloots reveals positive COVID diagnosis as she steps away from The TalkShe previously opened up about her journey and marriage to the late Broadway star Nick Cordero with her book, Live Your Life, which she co-wrote with her sister, Anna Kloots.Now the first time mom is even making fun of her romantic life, or lack thereof, with a recent confession regarding her emergency contact.The talk show host shared a meme on her Stories which read: "Being single sucks when you have to designate an emergency contact because what? My dad's gonna fly to Burbank when I faint at a pilates studio?" The hilarious admissionThe former Rockettes dancer admitted that she can totally relate to the hilarious thought, writing: "Not going to lie I often have this thought and then still write down my Dad's name and number."MORE: Amanda Kloots shares details about relationship with Bachelorette's Michael AllioMORE: Amanda Kloots opens up about dating post husband Nick Cordero's passingShe grew up in Ohio, lived in New York City, where she met Nick, and moved to Los Angeles right as the pandemic started in 2020, where she still lives with
Amanda Kloots Reveals Who She'd Cast as Late Husband Nick Cordero in Her Biopic (Exclusive)
Amanda Kloots' memoir is getting turned into a movie, and the TV personality already has a few casting ideas for the forthcoming biopic.ET's Kevin Frazier was on the set of for the show's milestone 2,500th episode on Thursday, where he spoke with Kloots — as well as her fellow co-hosts, Jerry O'Connell, Sheryl Underwood, Akbar Gbajabiamila and Natalie Morales.During the chat, the subject of the potential biopic came up, and hosts all weighed in on who should play Kloots in the story of her life.«Let her play herself!» Underwood suggested, before floating the idea of Nicole Kidman taking on the role.«Get out of my head! I was saying Nicole Kidman in my head,» Gbajabiamila replied.«Or Jennifer Lawrence,» Underwood added.«Jennifer Lawrence would be great too,» Morales chimed in, as Kloots smiled at the different possibilities.As for the actor who would play Kloot's late husband, Broadway star and musician Nick Cordero, Kloots had a very specific star in mind.«My dream casting is Adam Driver,» Kloots declared. «Adam Driver, I'm coming for you.»Cordero's battle with COVID-19 was documented in heartbreaking detail by Kloots as the actor battled against the illness early in the pandemic. He was first admitted to the hospital with pneumonia on March 30, 2020, then was diagnosed with COVID-19 shortly after.