Janice Freeman, a contestant on The Voice in 2017, has died at the age of 33.

Freeman's family confirmed her death to TMZ, saying "she was at home in Pasadena with her husband, Dion, when she started complaining she couldn't breathe." On Saturday, her husband called 911 and subsequently performed CPR on Freeman until paramedics showed up. Freeman was pronounced dead on that evening.

Freeman reportedly died from a blood clot that had moved to her heart. The singer was a cancer survivor who previously dealt with health issues including cervical cancer, lupus and meningitis.

Tributes began pouring in on social media for the late singer, including from Voice coach Jennifer Hudson, who posted on Instagram that Freeman was "a blessing and inspiration to us all."