Former "The Voice" contestant dies of apparent blood clot

Janice Freeman singer from TV series ‘The Voice,’ dies at 33	 	 	 			Janice Freeman

Janice Freeman singer from TV series ‘The Voice,’ dies at 33 Janice Freeman

Janice Freeman, who garnered widespread fame after appearing as a contestant on season 13 of ' The Voice, ' has died.

Janice was reportedlt at home with her husband, Dion, when she began to complain that she was unable to breathe.

Previously, Janice Freeman battled numerous health issues, including lupus, cervical cancer - which she beat - and meningitis.

Freeman was best known for being on the 13th season of "The Voice" TV singing competition in 2017 where she made it into the 11. After the show, Freeman stayed in touch with her coach Miley Cyrus. She was 33 years old and her death was confirmed by her family. "She passed away at a local hospital shortly after".

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

"Thank you ALL but she found us placement until we found permanent housing, gave me the deposit, covered me for 6 months so I can get on my feet!"

"And I think that you should know that, no matter what, maybe you're the reason why next season someone like you will walk through this door", Cyrus chimed in.

Yesterday, Saturday, on the 2nd of March, her spouse called emergency first responders and upon their arrival, the professionals tried to revive Mrs. Freeman, however, unfortunately, she passed away that evening. She was also one of Miley Cyrus' favorite contestants. "This represents you perfectly".

Cyrus posted a tribute on Instagram to Freeman.

"The voice of hers we got to hear and the bit of life we got to watch her live was a blessing and inspiration to us all!"

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