The X Factor singer Tom Mann announced on Instagram that his engaged dancer Danielle Hampson (34) has died the day before their wedding.
While delivering the news on the site, Mann posted a black-and-white photo of Hampson and a somber statement. On Saturday, they were scheduled to wed (June 18). Their kid Bowie is eight months old. “I can not believe I am writing these words but my beloved Dani—my best friend, my all and more, the love of my life—passed suddenly in the wee morning of Saturday morning, 18th June,” Mann said in a social media post informing her followers of the news.
The 28-year-old singer and Hampson allegedly had wedding plans after welcoming their first child in 2021. Hampson, 34, appeared to be in good health, and the cause of her death has not been made public. The publicist and Mann welcomed Bowie in October 2021 after being forced to cancel their September 2020 wedding due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Tom Mann Is Heartbroken
Usmagazine.com reports that despite being “totally shattered” by the death of Hampson, the former Stereo Kicks member said in his post that he was doing “whatever strength I can manage” to be there for the child.
Mann closed his statement by calling Dani Hampson “the most magnificent spirit” and describing her as “the most wonderful woman inside and out.” He also said that he will be mourning “for a very, very long time.” “My beautiful Dani, the light of any room, without you, my world is naught but darkness,” Tom Mann said. You are eternally missed by me.
Tom Mann first appeared on the X-Factor in 2013 and then returned in 2014. He was put into a boy band with four other participants from the UK talent show, and they finally took fifth place. Mann made songs as a solo artist and worked as a songwriter and producer for singers including Rita Ora and Lewis Capaldi after Stereo Kicks broke up in July 2015.
On social media, Hampson constantly expressed her support for her fiancé’s job.