FOX NEWS - Janice Freeman, who rose to fame on "The Voice," died Saturday.
She was 33 years old.
Freeman's family told TMZ that the singer suffered from a blood clot.
Talk show host Wendy Williams made a shocking, or maybe not so shocking admission on Tuesday in front of her audience.
Williams said she struggled with cocaine abuse in the past, and now returns to a sober facility after work and personal activities each day.
Recently, she took a two-month break from her show, which she previously said was to treat her graves' disease.
Google took the wraps off Stadia, its keenly expected gaming platform at the Game Developers Conference Tuesday morning, bringing on its CEO Sundar Pichai on stage to kick off the proceedings.
In the hour-long keynote, Google showed off game demos, flexed its AI and cloud chops, revealed a custom game controller, and pitched the audience of developers on the advantages of its platform.
However, the platform is not open to the public yet - Stadia will launch sometime in 2019, and will be available first in the US, Canada, UK and Europe.
Talk show host Wendy Williams announced to her television audience Tuesday that she has been living in a sober house after facing up to past struggles with addiction.
Williams took to the stage and addressed the personal issue, staring directly into the camera and dabbing her eyes with a tissue as she spoke, her voice quavering at times.
“For some time now, and even today and beyond, I have been living in a sober house,” Williams said.