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Former Contestant of Voice Season 13 Janice Freeman Dies At 33

The news of her death was revealed when her cousin Johanna Freeman posted an update on Instagram.

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Janice Freeman who was one of the contestants of the Voice Season 13 died at the age of 33, and she possessed a lot of talent as she reached to the top 11 on the show. Miley Cyrus was the coach of Janice and helped her a lot. “On Saturday afternoon, Janice began complaining that she couldn’t breathe properly and, in a matter of minutes, required CPR from her husband,” her rep said. “He called 911, continuing to do CPR until paramedics arrived. While Janice arrived at the hospital alive, continued efforts could not save her. Doctors believe a blood clot had formed in her lungs, which led to her quick demise. Janice Freeman died at 5:30 p.m. PST.”

The Voice Season 13, Janice Freeman
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She had several complications of lupus and a bronchial infection and was survived by her husband, Dion. The news of her death was revealed when her cousin Johanna Freeman posted an update on Instagram. On the official page of The Voice, they wrote “Janice Freeman was an inspiration,” it read. “Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this difficult time.”

“She struggled every single day,” her husband said in a statement. “She was constantly in pain—literally, for years—but was sure she would conquer it all. She just kept on fighting.” Freeman was having many health issues from the starting, and she also had cervical cancer but bravely fought against it. Apart from cervical cancer, she had autoimmune diseases, lupus and Sjogren’s syndrome. When she was a child, she also faced kidney failure. She was indeed so brave and fought for herself.

“She was a survivor and fighter, and a beautiful force in this world,” read a statement from Freeman’s management team. “Her story inspired fans nationwide, having successfully battled cervical cancer and living her life to the fullest while fighting lupus.”

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