The Voice singer Janice Freeman has reportedly died at age 33 from an apparent blood clot.
The reality show contestant, who appeared on 2017's season 13 and was mentored by Miley Cyrus, passed away on Saturday, March 2, 2019 after many other health issues, according to reports.
It was just the latest in a series of untimely deaths for competitors on the hit NBC reality show, leading to talk of The Voice being cursed.
Freeman was reportedly at home with her husband, Dion, in Pasadena, Calif., when she began complaining that she couldn't breathe.
He performed CPR on her after calling 911 but according to the report, she was pronounced dead around 5:30 p.m. at a hospital after a blood clot apparently traveled to her heart.
In the past, Freeman had also battled lupus and cervical cancer, as well as meningitis.
The singer's husband and daughter survive her.
Freeman made it to her season's top 11 of The Voice, and thanked Cyrus later for helping her out financially.
As Radar has reported, the reality competition show has dealt with various competitors dying young.
Season one star Beverly McClellan died in October 2018 at 49 after a brave battle with cancer.
Fans were shocked in 2016 when Christina Grimmie, 22, was shot to death by an obsessed fan when she was at an autograph signing in Orlando, Florida. The suspect killed himself.
The Voice's season eight singer Anthony Riley, 28, left the show to check into rehab in 2015, then died from a suspected suicide.
A couple of competitors from the Mexican version of The Voice also were silenced too soon.
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