Wanted fans shed tears as Siva Kaneswaran shares a video of the late Tom Parker messing about in a video shoot

SIVA Kaneswaran shared a video of his wanted bandmate Tom Parker after his tragic death.

Singer Tom passed away Wednesday at the age of 33 after a battle with cancer, and Siva, 33, took to Instagram today to share her memories of their time together.

Siva posted a clip of him and Tom messing around in a video

Comment on the sweet post: “That smile. Love it.”

In the video, Siva jokes to Tom to leave his phone and go back to work.

Laughing, Tom looked up and said, “Paradox!”

Besides the throwback clip, Siva wrote: “That smile [red heart emoji]. love it.”

Siva posted another emotional tribute to his friend yesterday, sharing a clip of them on stage with the other members of The Wanted.

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Their hit Gold Forever was played by Tom, Siva, Max George, Nathan Sykes, and Jay McGuinness.

Siva wrote: “We will always be there for you, brother.”

He added, “Always and forever ❤️ our tommy boy.”

Wanted fans were overcome with emotion after Siva’s participation.

One wrote: “He really shines ❤️.”

Another said, “Some people stay gold forever! 🤍 We will always love you, Tom.”

A third added, “Always and forever I feel broken, I can’t stop crying. Forever five boys sending all my love to all of you. Fly high Tom.”

The boys released a joint statement after Tom’s wife Kelsey broke the sad news on Wednesday.

They wrote: “Max, Jay, Siva, Nathan and all members of the wanted family are devastated by the tragic and early loss of our fellow bandmate Tom Parker, who passed away peacefully at lunchtime today surrounded by his family and bandmates.

“Tom was a wonderful husband to Kelsey, and a father to Aurelia and Buddy.

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“He was our brother, words do not express the loss and sadness we feel. Always and forever in our hearts.”

Finish Post: “Tom Parker 1988-2022”

Wanted has released a statement following Tom's tragic death on Wednesday

Wanted has released a statement following Tom’s tragic death on Wednesday

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