NBC’s The Voice Contestant Janice Freeman Dies from Blood Clot
March 4th, 2019
Medical Experts Available for Commentary
CHAPEL HILL, NC, USA, March 4, 2019 – Janice Freeman, former contestant on NBC’s The Voice, has died from a blood clot and complications from pneumonia, according to multiple reports. The 33-year-old fan favorite competed on the NBC reality show in 2017 and was known for her powerhouse vocals. Freeman passed away on Saturday, March 2, from a blood clot and “an extreme case” of pneumonia, according to a statement on Freeman’s Twitter account. Additional details about the cause of death have not yet been released.
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