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Neal Boyd, Winner Of America's Got Talent Dies At 42

Darpan News Desk IANS, 12 Jun, 2018
  • Neal Boyd, Winner Of America's Got Talent Dies At 42

Neal Boyd, the winner of third season of one of the most popular live singing shows, America's Got Talent, has passed away at the age of 42.

 

The news was confirmed when Piers Morgan, one of the celebrity judges, posted a condolence on his Twitter.

 

The 53-year old wrote, "Very sad to hear that Neal Boyd, Season 3 winner of [email protected]?, has died at 42 from heart failure. Lovely guy with a wonderful voice. RIP."

 
 

As confirmed by E! News, the opera singer died on Sunday at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri.

 

According to Scott County Coroner, the singer was found unresponsive by his mother and was pronounced dead by Emergency Services.

 

Boyd was going through various health issues for quite some time, reported E! News.

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