(FOX) — Janice Freeman, who rose to fame on “The Voice,” died Saturday.
She was 33 years old.
Freeman’s family told TMZ that the singer suffered from a blood clot.
The singer was at home with her husband Dion in Pasadena, Calif., when she reportedly told him she had trouble breathing.
Dion called 911 and performed CPR until paramedics arrived.
Freeman was pronounced dead at the hospital at 5:30 p.m.
Sources told TMZ that Freeman’s blood clot had traveled to her heart.
Freeman, was on Miley Cyrus’ team on the NBC ratings juggernaut, placing in the top 11.
She remained close with Cyrus, 26, after her tenure on the series in 2017. Cyrus even paid Freeman’s rent for six months when she hit financial trouble.
Freeman previously battled numerous other medical problems, including meningitis, lupus and cervical cancer.