Jedward 'held their mum's hand' as she lost cancer battle with twins admitting they feel 'disconnected' after her death

JEDWARD revealed they 'held their mum's hand' as she lost her battle with cancer.

The twins, both 28, admitted they have felt 'disconnected' after her death.

John and Edward Grimes, were right their mother's side in her final days and played Fleetwood Mac as she passed away due to a five-year battle with leukemia.

Appearing on The Late Late Show, the pair told Ryan Tubridy they are heartbroken their mother won't be able to go to their weddings or see their kids.

Edward shared: "We were there when she passed and we are thankful that we were there – we were able to hold her hand.

"We had some earphones listening to some music. We listened to some Fleetwood Mac and some of her favourite songs that she liked to play."

Before John added: "'It's very disheartening to think that she won't be at our weddings, she won't be there at the birth of our kids, but we always keep her spirit alive like have pictures of her around and tell stories.

"You just feel so disconnected to the world because the person that kept you anchored in the world and gave birth to you is gone and now you don't know where you should be, what you should be doing."

After their conversation the pair belted out a rendition of Everybody Hurts by R.E.M., which they dedicated to their mother.

The performance left fans in tears, with one tweeting: "Thank you for talking about important issues. Their performance was so emotional I’m still crying."

Another penned: "I’m literally crying John and Edward were so wonderful in the interview and that live cover dedicated to momma Jedward got me so emotional I felt it omg have so much love and respect for our angels."

Susanna passed away in February 2019 after she was diagnosed with leukemia and kidney failure. 

Speaking on Loose Women in April 2019, Edward said: "[The cancer] had been ongoing for the past five years, and I feel now mum has passed, it just feels so weird, because it’s all we’ve ever known. We want to call her and there’s no one there to call.  

"Her opinion meant everything to us, she was always there to support us. We haven't really talking about it’s been really closed doors."

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