The Wanted’s Max George has shared a photo of his bandmate Tom Parker as he continues treatment for an inoperable brain tumor
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Tom Parker is currently in a wheelchair because treatment for an incurable brain tumor has left him too weak to stand.
The 33-year-old The Wanted singer bravely battled cancer and kept her fans informed along the way.
Today, his bandmate, Max George, commended Tom for his resilience when he shared a photo of himself in a wheelchair.
Max added Justin Timberlake’s SexyBack as the background music to the photo, to which he added the caption along with a heart emoji: “I mean… come on.”
In the photo, Tom is seen flashing a peace sign as he puts on a beanie and sunglasses, creating a sense of comfort despite the hardships he has faced since his brain tumor was removed. detect.
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Max praised Tom as a “warrior” and while the band was on tour, he took care of Tom, who appeared on stage at a few shows.
Max also shared a photo of Tom eating a chicken salad, who was smiling as Max captioned the photo on Instagram: “Tom just ate his ninth meal of the day.”
The Wanted star also had a message for Tom’s wife Kelsey on the photo, with Max writing: “As long as you know Kels, the chips don’t touch.”
Max also shared a photo of himself lying in bed with Tom, with his caption: “Netflix night”.
Tom wowed fans earlier this week when he and his bandmates performed on stage.
Jay McGuinness, Siva Kaneswaran, Nathan Sykes and Max were singing their hit Glad You Came at the Bournemouth International Center when Tom was seen sitting on a throne-like chair before his bandmates surrounded him.
After the program. the band tweeted: “Like the king he is! f**king legend is @TomParker Bournemouth, that’s special!!!!”
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/tom-parkers-brain-tumour-battle-26448396 Tom Parker's battle with a brain tumor has left him so weak that he is confined to a wheelchair