Singer Natasha Stuart died at the age of 43, fighting breast cancer.
Natasha Stuart of 'The Voice Australia' from last season died at the age of 43 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney. Singer Natasha was fighting with breast cancer since July 2018, following she underwent more than 20 chemotherapy weeks. But sadly, all those efforts could not save Natasha Stuart.
Natasha, who was a singer for more than two decades before even she competed on the singing reality competition, died surrounded by her family and friends, which included, Tiana Arena, Leo Sayer, Richard Clapton, Jimmy Barnes, and others, according to 'Sydney Morning Herald.'
Watch: Blind Audition: Natasha Stuart Sings 'I was Here' The Voice Australia 2019
Talking about Natasha Stuart's career, she performed backup vocals for several recording artists, which include Michael Bolton as well. Despite her fruitful career, the singer chose to compete on The Voice Australia.
Natasha was in the reality singing competition all because for the awareness of breast cancer and wanted to be an inspiration to viewers, which, in fact, she became.
When Stuart was on the show, she stated, "I felt it was crucial to put myself out there because I haven't seen women who look like me on TV, going through treatment. I wanted to make sure that younger women knew that you could get breast cancer at a young age."
She further added, "I want to prove that you can still live a meaningful life through treatment and beyond, that life doesn’t have to stop."
Watch: The Finals: Natasha Stuart sings 'Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) | The Voice Australia 2019
Recently, after Stuart passing, The Voice Australia exec producers released a statement that read, "We are forever grateful to have had Tash orbit our world and be a part of our voice family. She radiated joy, beauty, and strength and touched everyone she met with her talent. Our love goes out to her family, her friends, and the entire Australian music industry."