Janice Freeman, who was a contestant on the NBC singing competition show “The Voice” in 2017, has died. She was 33 years old. A spokesperson for Freeman told CNN that the singer had an extreme case of pneumonia and that a blood clot had traveled to her heart. Freeman’s husband, Dion, performed CPR until an ambulance took her to a local hospital, where she died on Saturday. Freeman stunned judges of “The Voice” during season 13 with a powerful rendition of “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons.