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Brenda Edwards breaks down in tears while singing as she’s reminded of late son Jamal

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‘All the things is a trigger’: Brenda Edwards breaks down in tears while singing Bridge Over Troubled Water since it reminds her of late son Jamal

Brenda Edwards broke down in tears while singing Bridge Over Troubled Water during Friday’s episode of Loose Women, because it reminded her of late son Jamal. 

The panel, who were rehearsing the song to perform for Britain Get Singing on Christmas Eve, comforted the presenter, 53, in the course of the emotional moment. 

Music entrepreneur Jamal, died of a heart attack in February aged 31 after taking cocaine and drinking alcohol, at his West London home.

Emotional: Brenda Edwards, 53, broke down in tears while singing Bridge Over Troubled Water during Friday’s episode of Loose Women, because it reminded her of late son Jamal

Brenda was joined on the piano by Denise Welch, Coleen Nolan and Linda Robinson to practice the song in support of mental health campaign Get Britain Talking.

Giving her reasoning behind the song alternative, she detailed: ‘All of my family they sing it in church, so it’s totally poignant to me.

‘It got me just a little upset as my son passed away earlier within the 12 months and every little thing is a trigger. I’m so grateful to have the women as a unit around me.’ 

Tragic: Music entrepreneur Jamal, died of a heart attack in February aged 31 after taking cocaine and drinking alcohol , at his West London home (Pictured in 2014)

Tragic: Music entrepreneur Jamal, died of a heart attack in February aged 31 after taking cocaine and drinking alcohol , at his West London home (Pictured in 2014)

Upset: The panel, who were rehearsing the song to perform for Britain Get Singing on Christmas Eve, comforted the presenter during the emotional moment

Upset: The panel, who were rehearsing the song to perform for Britain Get Singing on Christmas Eve, comforted the presenter in the course of the emotional moment 

The one off ITV show is about to point out footage of the celebs talking about their very own mental health experiences before taking to the stage. 

In groups, the country’s biggest TV stars from Emmerdale and Coronation Street including Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page, will go head-to-head. 

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