Brenda Edwards, 52, who is a regular on the ITV talk show, sang Whitney Houston’s The Greatest Love Of All during a vigil in West London. Her son and industry legend Jamal Edwards died aged 31 of a heart attack on Sunday.
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Loose Women star Brenda Edwards sang a Whitney Houston song in front of hundreds of mourners prayer of son Jamal Edwards.
The heartbreaking moment was captured on camera as mother of two Brenda, sang The Greatest Love of All.
He founded SBTV and is also an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust and in 2014 was awarded an MBE for his work in the music industry.
Friends and family were in tears as Brenda paid tribute to her only son at a candlelit ceremony in Acton, West London.
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After his song, the 52-year-old appealed to the crowd to “bring the community together”.
Speaking over a megaphone, she said: “If we can do anything by 2022 can we please bring the community together.
“Stop fighting. Stop killing. And build our community. We shouldn’t lose our young people.
“If you see something happening. Try to stop it.”
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Just days after her son died, she broke her silence on Jamal’s death in a statement shared on Good Morning Britain.
“It is with the deepest sadness that I confirm that my beautiful son Jamal Edwards passed away yesterday morning from a sudden illness,” she said.
“Myself, his sister Tanish and the rest of his family and friends were absolutely devastated. He was the center of our world.”
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She continued: “As we accept his passing, we ask for privacy to grieve this unimaginable loss. I want to thank everyone for the news. messages of their love and support.
“Jamal is an inspiration to me and so many people. Our love for him lives on, his legacy lives on. Long live Jamal Edwards MBE, MBA, PHD.”
Police said that although the music mogul’s death is not being treated as suspicious, it is being treated as “unexplained” – meaning there will most likely be an investigation into how he died. any.
He was DJing at the Bubba Oasis in Angel the night before he died.
Club owner, Rob Huysinga, told MailOnline: “We had a great night. Jamal made everyone smile and brought so much joy to everyone present, as he usually does. do.”
“He finished around 11:30 p.m. and there was absolutely nothing wrong with him. It was just Jamal who was his amazing, amazing person.
“He had a great, positive energy that we all felt that night. We were all devastated by what happened, it was really shocking.”
The music royal shared their heartbreak on social media shortly after news of his death broke.
Fearne Cotton shared a snap of the two of them together with the caption: “Absolutely heartbreaking. Jamal you are the most special.
“I love hanging out with friends, talking about life and big dreams.
“You are an innovator and your passion for nurturing new talent will never be forgotten.”
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Rita Ora, who said her first interview was with Jamal, shared photos of the two of them.
She added the caption: “Our endless talks about music and the faith you had in me and so many of us before we even believed in ourselves. I’m devastated.
“There are no words to describe how grateful I am for your presence. Thank you for everything you’ve shown me.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/loose-women-star-brenda-edwards-26303848 Loose Women star Brenda Edwards' emotional song for mourners at son Jamal's funeral