C.J. Harris Death: Obituary, Cause Of Death, Funeral

The former “American Idol” participant CJ Harris, who rose to the top 6 in 2014, has passed away. CJ reportedly experienced an apparent heart attack on Sunday night in Jasper, Alabama; he was transported there by EMS but did not survive.

There is no information on funeral services available. Everyone, including his friends, family, and admirers, missing him, paying respect to him and expressing their sympathies to him on social media.

“My cousin CJ Harris, rest in peace. You have always been my favourite cousin, from the time we were children playing together as if we were siblings, to the time we were grownups racing around the basketball court in the go kart at Grandma Shirley’s house. This is so shocking to me that I can’t even begin to believe it. Keep my family in your prayers, y’all. Fly High, CJ Little”

CJ attempted out in Salt Lake City for the FOX programme in 2014. The contestant’s performance of Soulshine by the Allman Brothers Band won over the judges.

You sing because you have to sing, not because you want to, the judge Keith Urban advised the contestant. And I genuinely mean that in all respects. And for that reason, it feels so authentic. On the programme, he also sang renditions of “Too Close,” “American Woman,” and “Free Fallin.”

Harris didn’t receive enough votes to be chosen as a wild card; thus, she competed in the semifinals. He advanced to the last six before losing. In particular, Harris sang at The Grand Ole Opry with Darius Rucker, whom he credited with influencing his approach and went on to enjoy success after his “Idol” run.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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