Danny Tidwell’s Husband Shares Touching Tribute After Dancer’s Death
On Saturday, it used to be as soon as reported that the professional dancer passed away on Friday. According to the late famous person’s brother, Travis Wall, he used to be as soon as killed in an automobile accident.
He used to be as soon as easiest 35 years earlier.
While many celebrities have spoken out over the dancer’s unexpected lack of existence, alongside Allison Holker, Debbie Allen, Dance Moms‘ Abby Lee Miller, Maddie Ziegler, and further, it used to be as soon as Danny’s husband who made hearts ruin together with his touching tribute.
News reporter David Benaym broke his silence over the tragedy and took to Instagram to share a moving message about his husband.
“I’m devastated that my Danny, the love of my life, my beloved friend, the artist, the talented angel, fierce mind, legendary dancer, my now late husband, Danny Tidwell died last night in a car crash while his friend was driving him home from work,” David’s caption began.
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David listed the more than a few accomplishments they finished together as a couple, alongside freeing information, magazine, show, and a lot of additional.
“He had such an impact on the dance world, life gave him so much to deal with from a young age,” he shared. “I will write more about you, Danny, tell your story, continue your legacy, make sure that you are not forgotten, that you are celebrated. An angel with no wings you said you were, you were flying all along, and you’ll be our guardian angel from now on.”
Closing his statement, he discussed, “I love you, I’ll forever miss you. You’re now in peace, mon Danny, and I know you know how much you were loved.”
At this time, it’s unclear when memorial services and products and merchandise will also be organized for Danny.
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