America’s Got Talent musician Jay Jay Phillips found dead at 30 of COVID-19 – .

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America’s Got Talent musician Jay Jay Phillips found dead at 30 of COVID-19 – .



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America’s Got Talent star Jay Jay Phillips has died following a battle with COVID-19, according to a TMZ report on Friday. He was 30 years old.

Phillips’ body was reportedly found by his mother and girlfriend on Thanksgiving who came to his home to watch him.

A parent of Jay Jay told the outlet that the rocker was not vaccinated but was on the verge of possibly receiving the blow when he fell ill with the coronavirus.

RIP: America’s Got Talent star Jay Jay Phillips died following battle with COVID-19, TMZ report found on Friday

The day before Thanksgiving, Jay Jay appeared to take a turn for the worse and although he was invited by his relatives to go to the hospital, he remained at home to rest, it has been learned. .

He reportedly told his family members during his last conversation with them that he just needed more rest.

Her father, who Jay Jay was living with at the time, is currently hospitalized and on a ventilator, TMZ said.

Phillips, who is most recognizable by his wild rock star hair, first rose to prominence playing his keyboard in season four of America’s Got Talent.

Tragic: Phillips’ body was reportedly found by his mother and girlfriend on Thanksgiving who had gone to his house to watch him; he was not vaccinated

He was knocked out in the audition round that season, but returned the show in Season 12 until the Judge Cuts round.

Jay Jay was originally from Cleveland, Ohio and had been a music lover for most of his life, performing in rock band contests with his band Hysteria while in high school, according to local media.

AGT Season 16 ended in September with Dustin Tavella, a magician, winning first prize, followed by outfielder Aidan Bryant in second and comedian Josh Blue in third.

On stage: Phillips, who is most recognizable by his wild rockstar hair, first rose to fame in season four of America's Got Talent

On stage: Phillips, who is most recognizable by his wild rockstar hair, first rose to fame in season four of America’s Got Talent

AGT’s most intense spin-off, America’s Got Talent: Extreme was forced to shut down production in October following a horrific on-set crash that nearly killed a competitor.

Stuntman Jonathan Goodwin feared he was killed when a stunt rehearsal, which was filmed, went horribly wrong.

The music video, shot at Atlanta Motor Speedway, begins with the professional stuntman suspended in mid-air as two cars come closer.

The stunt was said to see the 41-year-old Welsh escapologist break free and fall under the vehicles before they collided. However, he fell nearly 40 feet, missed the airbag, and landed on his body.

A 911 call revealed he was unresponsive and was on the verge of death immediately after the incident. Its current condition is unknown.

AGT Tragedies: AGT's most intense spin-off, America's Got Talent: Extreme was forced to shut down production in October following a terrifying on-set crash that nearly killed escapee Jonathan Goodwin (photo)

AGT Tragedies: AGT’s most intense spin-off, America’s Got Talent: Extreme was forced to shut down production in October following a terrifying on-set crash that nearly killed escapee Jonathan Goodwin (photo)

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