'Americas Got Talent' victor Neal E. Boyd dead

Recording artist and 'Americas Got Talent' winner Neal E. Boyd performs at The Beacon Theatre

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"Very sad to hear that Neal Boyd, Season 3 victor of ⁦@AGT⁩, has died at 42 from heart failure".

The singer released his debut album My American Dream in 2009, followed by My Christmas Wish in 2013.

Past America's Got Talent victor Neal E. Boyd has died.

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Boyd died at his mother's house in Sikeston, Missouri on Sunday night, according to CNN. "So sad. Rest peacefully, Neal E. Boyd".

Local news provider KFVS reported that Scott County Coroner Scott Amick said a "health condition" had been responsible for Neal's death, while TMZ notes that he had an existing condition "related to his heart".

Boyd's death comes a year after he was in a serious vehicle accident with his mom, Esther Boyd, in January 2017.

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The record shot to number three in the Top Classical Albums Chart, while he also bagged a headline show in Las Vegas.

Boyd also ran unsuccessfully as a Republican for a south-east Missouri seat in the USA house of representatives seat, losing in the general election in 2012 and in the primary in 2014. He tried again in 2014 but lost in the primary election to Republican Don Rome. "[Recovery is] a very slow progress".

He went on: "Any time you're in a moment of struggle, God has a way of coming in and uplifting you".

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

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