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Loose Women stars pay tribute to Brenda’s son Jamal Edwards after grieving death

Loose Women aired a heartbreaking tribute to juror Brenda Edwards’ son Jamal Edwards, who passed away yesterday at the age of 31. Jamal appeared on the show in November.

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Jamal Edwards: Loose Women panel pays tribute to Brenda’s son

Loose women broadcast a tearful tribute to Jamal Edwards after he died at the age of 31.

The founder of SB.TV – the son of Loose Women board member Brenda Edwards – died tragically yesterday and his life was memorialized in a memorial service. heartbroken about ITV lunchtime program.

Five panelists – Charlene White, Judi Love, Linda Robson, Carol McGiffin and Frankie Bridge – joined the show today to pay tribute to Jamal because they promised Mom Brenda that the show would celebrate His amazing life.

Earlier today, Brenda sent a statement to ITV following Jamal’s death, confirmed that he had passed away after a bout of illness.







The Loose Women stars broadcast a poignant tribute to Jamal
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“It is with the deepest sadness that I confirm that my beautiful son Jamal Edwards passed away yesterday morning from a serious illness. Myself, my sister Tanish and the rest of my family and friends and family. His friends are absolutely devastated.” she speaks.

“He was the center of our world. As we accept his passing, we ask for privacy to grieve this unimaginable loss. I want to thank everyone for their messages of love and support. Jamal is an inspiration to me and so so much. Our love for him remains, his legacy lives on. Jamal Edwards MBE Long live MBA, PHD.”







Jamal with his mother Brenda
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Jamal has appeared on Loose Women many times
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Back in November, Jamal appeared on the ITV lunchtime show with his mother Brenda.

When asked why he decided to start his popular YouTube channel, he said, “My friends are underrepresented in the mainstream media, so that’s what inspired me.” But it was clear that my mother’s work ethic inspired me.

“I remember going to the pub when she sang karaoke and did her homework there. She always worked really hard.”

Brenda recently appeared on Strictly The Real Full Monty, where she stripped off to raise awareness about cancer. Brenda herself was diagnosed with cancer in 2015, after discovering a lump at the end of her right breast.







Jamal appeared on Loose Women in November
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She then started chemotherapy six months before her mastectomy, and she explains how difficult it is to tell her children – including Jamal and his sister Tanisha, 27 that.

“I can remember all the ‘what if?’ questions. and my main ‘what if?’ is, ‘what am I going to tell the kids?’ Everything happens at once. There’s no right or wrong way to tell your child you have cancer,” she said.







Jamal was awarded an MBE in 2015
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“It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do when just looking at, literally, the color had disappeared from my children’s faces. I wanted to cry but I couldn’t because I didn’t want to let go. you see. over there because then I don’t want them to panic.”

She added: “They’ve always known I’m strong and I want to give them hope and positivity so they stay positive. So they cried so much and it hurt me to see them sad and happy. cry, I didn’t” t, I can’t. “

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