‘The Voice’ Singer Janice Freeman Dead At 33 From Apparent Blood Clot

Janice Freeman, who competed on Season 13 of NBC's The Voice, died on Saturday from an apparent blood clot.

Coach Jennifer Hudson, 37, also remembered Freeman by sharing a video clip of her auditioning for The Voice with "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons.

Freeman was from Covina and lived in Compton, according to the singing competition's website. Freeman captivated the audience with her unique look and style, and powerful vocal talents during what turned out to be a very competitive, high-quality season of the reality TV show.

Our thoughts are with Janice's loved ones at this hard time. He called 911 and did CPR on Freeman until the paramedics arrived. She was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 5:30 p.m.

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

Her biography from her time on the show said Freeman's goal in achieving a successful music career was to "provide stability" for her daughter Hannah.

After Freeman's exit, she and Cyrus stayed in touch, and in 2018, Freeman emotionally revealed on social media that Cyrus had helped her get back on her feet and find housing, paying her family's security deposit and six months' rent.

Cyrus posted a tribute to Freeman Sunday, captioning a picture of a rainbow on her Instagram story with, "Thank you @janicefreeman...for everything".

Miley Cyrus pays tribute to late "The Voice" contestant Janice Freeman. And though she'd battled - and beaten - those, the blood clot unfortunately, apparently caused her untimely death. "This represents you perfectly".

  • Marlene Weaver