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Shock to US country singer! Taylor Dee († 33) dies after a car accident

She tried various casting shows on US television, but was never able to convince. But she still went her way, even landed in the country charts. Now musician Taylor Dee has had a fatal accident.

The American country musician Taylor Dee, who was just about to take off and who was said to have great talent, was only 33 years old. The singer and songwriter died after a car accident that occurred on March 14th in Texas, as reported by People magazine.

According to investigators, Dee drove her car into a guardrail while trying to change lanes. Your car then rolled over and landed on the roof. The musician was not wearing seat belts, the police said, and was found seriously injured outside the vehicle. She was taken to the hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. Your passenger, a 36 year old man, survived the accident. He has already been released from the hospital.

"There was such a happy career ahead of her"

In the social networks, fans and family members of Taylor Dee mourn and express their bewilderment. "We love you, Taylor Dee. You will be missed by so many people. Now you can sing with the angels," wrote someone on the singer's official Facebook profile. Another commented there: "Such a sad turn of events. She had such a happy career ahead of her and she leaves behind two great children." Son Vayden (born 2009) and daughter River (born 2017) now have to grow up without their mother.

Linda Wilson, President of the Texas Country Music Association, expressed her grief in a statement available to broadcaster KTVT: "Taylor Dee was the real deal - a true talent with a heart and a passion not just for her music but for the people. "

Taylor Dee tried her hand at "American Idol" and "The Voice" as a candidate. She got stuck on both shows. But she didn't give up. In 2019 she released her first single and an album. Her song "The Buzz" made it into the top 15 country charts in Canada and Great Britain and was played on radio worldwide. This year she was nominated for the title "Emerging Female Artist of the Year" and an appearance with her was announced for mid-May. Two songs landed in the top 100 Texas charts in 2020 and 2021.