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Valerie Bertinelli ‘so proud’ of Wolf Van Halen’s playing at show

Valerie Bertinelli has an excellent cause to brag about her son.

The actress had nothing however reward for Wolf Van Halen, 31, after his rock-star efficiency throughout a live performance tribute to Taylor Hawkins at London’s Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

The 61-year-old responded on Twitter to a video of her son performing his late father’s well-known tracks: Van Halen’s “On Fireplace” and “Sizzling for Instructor” through the live performance writing, “WOLFIE KILLED IT.”

“So pleased with you @WolfVanHalen 🤍,” she added within the candy submit.

Wolf — who performed with Dave Grohl, Justin Hawkins of The Darkness and drummer Josh Freese — additionally shared pictures with the musicians in a tweet after the live performance.

The mother couldn’t have been prouder of her son.
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Van Halen died in 2020 following a battle with cancer.
Eddie Van Halen died in 2020 following a battle with most cancers.
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The present was a tribute to the late drummer, who died in March on the age of fifty.
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“Took some sweaty submit jam selfies with my boys Dave, Justin, and Josh after getting off stage on the #TaylorHawkinstribute,” he tweeted. “Honored to play with such splendidly proficient musicians to pay tribute to Taylor and Pop.”

Wolf’s father, legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen died in 2020 at 65 after a battle with most cancers.

Taylor Hawkins died in Bogota, Colombia, on March 25 as a result of a cardiovascular collapse on the age of fifty. He left behind his spouse Alison Hawkins and three kids — Oliver Shane Hawkins, 16, Annabelle Hawkins, 13, and Everleigh Hawkins, 8.

Wolf wasn’t the one one flexing some musical genes. Oliver confirmed the world the apple doesn’t fall removed from the tree after enjoying drums in “My Hero” on the “Taylor Hawkins Tribute Live performance” in honor of his late father, with pictures of them enjoying within the background.

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