Janice Freeman, who rose to fame on “The Voice,” died Saturday.
She was 33 years outdated.
Freeman’s household and supervisor instructed TMZ that the singer suffered from a blood clot and bronchitis.
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The singer was at residence together with her husband Dion in Pasadena, Calif., when she reportedly todl him she had bother respiratory.
Dion referred to as 911 and carried out CPR till paramedics arrived.
Freeman was pronounced lifeless on the hospital at 5:30 p.m.
Sources instructed TMZ that Freeman’s blood clot in her lungs.
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Freeman, was on Miley Cyrus’ staff on the NBC rankings juggernaut, putting within the prime 11.
She remained shut with Cyrus, 26, after her tenure on the collection in 2017. Cyrus even paid Freeman’s hire for six months when she hit monetary bother.
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Freeman beforehand battled quite a few different medical issues, together with meningitis, lupus and cervical most cancers.
Cyrus posted a tribute to Freeman on Instagram, captioning a photograph of a rainbow, “Thanks @janicefreeman … for every part. This represents you completely.”