America's Got Talent victor Neal Boyd found dead

Ruben Ruiz
June 12, 2018

Neal Boyd, the victor of the third season of "America's Got Talent", died on Sunday at about 6 p.m., TMZ reports. It was already known that he had a health issue related to his heart.

He passed away at around 6pm on Sunday evening (June 10) at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri.

The singer and his mother were reportedly badly injured.

Sad end: Neal E Boyd has died at the age of 42.

The opera singer was best known as the champion of the third series of the USA talent show back in 2008, when he was hailed by judges Sharon Osbourne, Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff.

Last year, he and his mother were reportedly badly injured in a vehicle accident after he blacked out while driving.

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Neal became a favorite on AGT because of his handsome operatic voice. He recorded one album, "My American Dream", after the victory. "[Recovery is] a very slow progress".

"It was a very, very, very bad wreck", Boyd told the Southeast Missourian in February. I shattered a lot of bones, and shattered my hip, which has left me nearly unable to use that leg for now.

Amick added that his weight was also a contributing factor.

"You never know what's going to happen next", he said.

Boyd briefly dabbled in politics, too: He ran for a seat in the Missouri House of Representatives twice, but was defeated both times.

"Just be grateful that you survived", he continued.

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