The Voice contestant dies aged 33

The Voice contestant dies aged 33

The Voice contestant dies aged 33

Janice Freeman, a season 13 contestant on The Voice, died on Saturday at the age of 33.

On Saturday, Janice told her husband Dion that she couldn't breathe, which prompted a 911 call, her family told TMZ. She was transported by ambulance to the hospital where she was pronounced dead at 5:30 PM. She reportedly suffered from multiple health issues, including lupus.

As The Voice Season 16 presses on at NBC, the reality singing competition is faced with the loss of one of its former contestants. Freeman married in 2015, and when she auditioned for The Voice in 2017 with a rock "n" soul remake of Imagine Dragons" "Radioactive', she told the coaches, "I fought my whole life for this moment".

The singer, who starred on the United States version of the singing competition, passed away on Saturday from a blood clot, according to TMZ.

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In January of 2018, Freeman explained on her Instagram story how Cyrus had covered six months' worth of rent for her. "You got somebody that got your back". "Do you understand? What she don't know is, I've been praying for her".

On Sunday, Cyrus took to Instagram to share a tribute, posting a photo of a rainbow outside her home. "This represents you perfectly", Cyrus, 26, wrote.

She is survived by her husband Dion, her 12-year-old daughter Hannah, her mother Janice, brothers and sisters, and many extended family.

Cyrus had remained involved in Freeman's post-Voice life by helping her get established with new housing for several months until she was able to obtain a permanent residence.

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