THE Voice star Natasha Stuart died at the age of 43 today after losing her battle with cancer.
The contestant on the Australian version of the hit show passed away surrounded by her family at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney.
The singer show to fame on the Australian version of The Voice last year, where she joined Delta Goodrem’s team before being eliminated from the show.
She had toured with Tina Arena, Michael Bolton and Richard Clapton.
Tributes have poured in for the tragic star, with Weekend Today host and singer David Campbell sharing the news on his Instagram page.
He wrote: “It is truly heartbreaking to share that wonderful @natashastuart has passed away.
“Her smile and tone touched us all as a singer and as a person.
“Many of us got to sit with Tash and say goodbye in the last few days she accepted us with the grace and warmth she always had.
“We talked about all the great gigs we performed together. Then we sang one last time for her. I will miss her voice and her company.
“So many memories and laughs and songs. We miss you and love you Tash. RIP.”
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