Miley Cyrus Promises To Take Care Of Janice Freeman's Daughter After Voice Star's Sudden Death
Just a few days ago, we learned The Voice Season 13 contestant Janice Freeman had unexpectedly died of a blood clot after facing health issues including Lupus in recent years. Miley Cyrus was Freeman’s coach during her run on The Voice and she shared a wonderful tribute to Freeman this week, also noting she plans to take care of Freeman’s daughter in the future.
Janice Freeman has been survived by her husband as well as her 12-year-old daughter Hannah, whom Miley Cyrus references in her post. The singer and The Voice coach didn’t only promise to help Hannah out as she continues to grow into a young adult, however.
It was notable that the news of Freeman’s death seemingly deeply impacted Miley Cyrus, who actually shared multiple posts after news of the 33-year-old performer’s death broke. Cyrus also said on Instagram:
Janice Freeman didn’t win Season 13 of The Voice, but she did make an impression on Miley Cyrus, who sat in one of two chairs that were turned during her Blind Audition. Freeman later made it to the Top 11, but fell into the Bottom 2 and lost the save.
When she was competing, she said over and over again that it was to provide a future for Hannah, and Miley Cyrus seems to want to take up that mantle.
The Voice is currently airing Season 16 on NBC. Following the news of Janice Freeman’s death, the show included an in memorium card for the well-liked singer during this week’s episode of the competition series.
The Voice is one of the few competition shows that swaps coaches super frequently. This gives flexibility for popular musicians to join the series for a season and then go off and do their own thing. Miley Cyrus is not a judge on the current season of The Voice; instead, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, John Legend, Bebe Rexha and Kelly Clarkson are the coaches. (Yes, there are 5 this season.)
If you’d like to remember Janice Freeman’s wonderful vocals, you can see her Voice audition performance of “Radioactive,” below.
New episodes of The Voice air on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET, only on NBC. To see what the competition series is competing with at midseason, take a look at the full premiere schedule.
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