America's Got Talent star Neal Boyd dies age 42

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He was in his hometown of Sikeston, Missouri, reportedly at his mother's home, when he died.

Scott County Coroner Scott Amick told Fox News the Season 3 victor died of an array of diseases pertaining to his weight, including heart and kidney failure and liver disease.

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Former America's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan took to Twitter to express his sadness at the news. He released his debut, and only, album, "My American Dream", in June 2009.

"We are very saddened to hear that one of our "AGT" family members, Neal E. Boyd, has passed away", NBC said in a statement via "America's Got Talent" social channels.

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It's claimed that Neal was at his mother's home in Sikeston, Missouri in the United States when he died.

Boyd announced on his official Facebook page in May that he was raising money to record a new album and said he was still recovering from a near-fatal 2017 vehicle accident. "I shattered a lot of bones, and shattered my hip, which has left me nearly unable to use that leg for now", he told the outlet in February.

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The Missouri native noted that "it just feels like something great is about to happen once I get back on my feet and back in front of the audience again". He also ran for a seat in the Southeast Missouri House of Representatives, though he was not victorious in 2012 or in the general election in 2014.

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