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Nolan Neal, ‘The Voice’ and ‘America’s Got Talent’ contestant, dead at 41

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He was 41.

The Nashville native appeared as a contestant on Season 10 of “The Voice” in 2016 and the show paid tribute to Neal on social media.

“We are heartbroken by the passing of Nolan Neal,” the tweet reads. “His incredible talent will always be remembered. Our sincerest sympathy goes out to his family and friends during this time.”

Neal, who performed the Elton John classic “Tiny Dancer,” got all four coaches to turn their chairs and received a standing ovation from them.

Adam Levine picked Neal for his team and the singer made it to the knockout round.

Neal auditioned for “America’s Got Talent” in 2020 and shared his story of losing his dad to suicide, partying hard after receiving a record deal and ultimately spiraling out of control.

He said during his audition that the song he was performing, titled “Lost,” was the first thing he had written when he got out of treatment for substance abuse.

“It’s the first song I wrote sober,” Neal said at the time. “The hook of the song is ‘Lost for the last time.’ It’s about somebody he thinks they don’t deserve anything because of the things they’ve done. I hope it connects with you all. That’ll be the real win for me.”
His cousin Dylan Seals told TMZ Neal was found dead in his Nashville apartment. No cause of death has been released.
Neal posted on his verified Facebook page that he had been scheduled to play this coming Sunday at Hotel Indigo in Nashville, but that the show had been canceled for reasons he did not cite.

CNN has reached out to the Medical Examiner’s office in Nashville for comment.



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Grammys 2023: Will Harry Styles Be There?

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The 65th Annual Grammy Awards will take place on Feb. 5, and will see many popular musicians awarded that evening. One of the evening’s top nominees includes the “As It Was” singer Harry Styles, 29, who is up for a total of six awards in six different categories. This brings the singer head-to-head for awards that night with his ex, Taylor Swift, 33, who is nominated for four awards. With Harry nominated for a handful of Grammys that night, many of his fans might wonder if he’ll be in attendance on Sunday!

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Harry is nominated for the following awards: Best Pop Vocal Album for Harry’s House, Song of the Year shared with Tyler Johnson (songwriter) and Kid Harpoon (songwriter) for “As It Was”, Album of the Year for Harry’s House, Record of the Year for “As It Was”, Best Pop Solo Performance for “As It Was”, and Best Music Video for “As It Was”. Harry and the “Anti-Hero” songstress are nominated in the Best Music Video category, as well as the Song of The Year award.

It was made clear on Jan. 29 that Harry would, indeed, attend the ceremony on Sunday, as he was named one of the show’s performers. Although it is not clear what song the Hollywood hunk will be performing, it is likely he will belt out one or some of his recent hits including “As It Was” or “Late Night Talking.” Other performers for the 65th ceremony include Lizzo, Steve Lacy, Bad BunnySam Smith, and more. Harry has not yet publicly addressed his plan for the show, but it’s likely to be showstopping to say the least!

This is not the first time that the 29-year-old is set to take music’s biggest stage, as Harry performed at the 2021 show as well. During that night, the talented artist performed “Watermelon Sugar”, a song that resulted in Harry’s first Grammy win. The Recording Academy presented star with the award for Best Pop Solo Performance, along with two other nominations. Although he did not take him home the other two awards, it was clear that the prestigious organization recognized his hard work. Harry’s other nominations were the following: Best Pop Vocal Album for Fine Line and Best Music Video for “Adore You”.

Of course, along with the Grammy wins comes the Grammy fashion, and Harry did not disappoint in 2021! The style icon rocked a unique look with a yellow plaid jacket, brown corduroy pants, and a now-famous feathered pink scarf. He accessorized his look with a gold chain necklace and multiple gold rings across both of his hands. Notably, he added some sex appeal to his look with a low-cut pink vest. “To everyone who made this record with me, thank you,” Harry said during his acceptance speech at the 63rd Grammys. “This was the first song we wrote after my first album came out during a day off in Nashville.” If Harry wins the six awards he’s nominated for this year, it will be bring his wins from one to an impressive seven!

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Michael Jackson’s ‘You Are Not Alone’ Director Talks Real Romance with Lisa Marie Presley

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Susan Lucci Recalls Near Fatal Heart Attack Felt ‘Like An Elephant’ On Her Chest (Exclusive)

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Susan Lucci reflected on what it was like when she suffered from a heart attack in 2018 in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife at the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection Concert on Wednesday, February 1. The actress, 76, said that she wanted to include her “Empower Your Heart” jewelry line as a way of “saying thank you to the American Heart Association,” after her own experience with a heart attack.

The All My Children star revealed that she got tested after learning hearing an interview where a woman said that the symptoms that women experience during a heart attack are different from men’s. “I avoided a near-fatal heart attack,” Susan told HollywoodLife.  “I also was very lucky to have people getting me to the hospital right away.”

Susan opened up about exactly what the symptoms she experienced were, and luckily the doctor was able to operate quickly. “At that hospital, a wonderful, wonderful cardiologist let me know that I had a 90% blockage in my main artery and a 75% blockage in the adjacent,” she said. “I had no idea except that I felt like an elephant pressing on my chest. And he put two stents in that night. And I was released the next day.”

Thankfully, the mother of two was able to recover, but the healthcare providers also told Susan that the heart attack she experienced was a “widowmaker,” and she may not have survived if she didn’t act as quickly as she had. “I was told by the nurses had I not come in, [they were] very sure that I wasn’t going to wake up if I had just gone home,” she revealed.

Susan teamed up with the jewelry brand Tiary for her “Empower Your Heart” line, which will donate 25% of each sale to the American Heart Association’s Life is Why campaign through December 31, 2023. Susan told HL that it was a “dream” to get to raise money for the American Heart Association.

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