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Former Voice contestant Janice Freeman dies aged 33 from a blood clot 

Former Voice contestant Janice Freeman dies aged 33 from a blood clot

  • Janice Freeman, 33, began having trouble breathing on Saturday at her home in Pasadena, California, her family told TMZ 
  • Her husband Dion called 911 and performed CPR on her until paramedics arrived
  • She died at a hospital where doctors determined a clot had traveled to her heart
  • Freeman made it to the top 11 on season 13 of The Voice with Miley Cyrus’ team 

Former contestant on The Voice Janice Freeman has died aged 33 of an apparent blood clot.  

Freeman’s family told TMZ that the singer was at home in Pasadena, California, on Saturday when she began complaining that she couldn’t breathe. 

Her husband Dion called 911 and performed CPR on her until paramedics arrived. She was brought to the hospital and pronounced dead at around 5.30pm local time.   

Doctors determined that a blood clot had traveled to her heart, according to TMZ. 

Janice Freeman, a former contestant on The Voice, has died aged 33 of an apparent blood clot. Freeman’s family told TMZ that the singer was at home in Pasadena, California, on Saturday when she began complaining that she couldn’t breathe

Freeman had struggled with a number of health issues including lupus, meningitis and cervical cancer, which she’d beaten.  

The performer made it to the top 11 on season 13 of The Voice under the mentorship of Miley Cyrus.  

Cyrus sobbed as Freeman was voted off the show in November 2017.

The mentor and mentee stayed in contact after the show, and Freeman had publicly thanked Cyrus for helping her out financially when she needed a place to live last year.   

Freeman made it to the top 11 on season 13 of The Voice under the mentorship of Miley Cyrus (above together on the show)

Freeman made it to the top 11 on season 13 of The Voice under the mentorship of Miley Cyrus (above together on the show)



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