America’s Got Talent and The Voice star dies age 41

America’s Got Talent and The Voice star Nolan Neal has passed away at the age of 41.

Nolan’s sad death was revealed to TMZ by a medical examiner after he was found at his home in Nashville.

The death of the singer, who passed away on Monday, was later confirmed by Nolan’s cousin Dylan Seals.


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The official cause of death has not been determined but Nolan has spoken openly about his struggles with substance abuse in the past.

However, it has been reported that police have claimed that Nolan’s roommate called them after discovering his body in a bedroom.

The police added that next to the AGT star’s bed was a guitar pick that “appeared to contain a powder residue” and note that mentioned Nolan had allegedly struggled with substance abuse.

Police have purportedly added that they anticipate a dissection’s full consequences.


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In a meeting in 2020 with WBIR, he uncovered he was all the while battling with enslavement while he contended in the eleventh time of the show in 2016.

In any case, Nolan’s cousin Dylan demanded to TMZ that he had lived with him for quite some time before the pandemic and he was “spotless, sticking out and making music” with him.

During his spell in the American ability singing contest, Nolan was chosen to be essential for Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine’s group.

He arrived at the knockout round before he was subsequently wiped out.


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After his experience on The Voice, Nolan highlighted the fifteenth series of America’s Got Talent in 2020.

Nolan came to the quarter-finals and played out a close-to-home unique piece called Send Me A Butterfly.


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