Chris Daughtry’s Daughter Passes Away Suddenly
Following the unexpected death of his daughter Hannah, “American Idol” finalist Chris Daughtry and his band have canceled their tour.
Here’s what we know about this tragic incident so far.
Hannah was discovered dead in her apartment in Nashville.
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Chris and his eponymous band were scheduled to perform in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Friday, November 12 but had to cancel due to Hannah’s death.
The band requested privacy during “this very difficult time” in a tweet.
According to the post:
Due to the untimely death of Chris and Deanna Daughtry’s daughter, Hannah, all of Daughtry’s currently scheduled shows for the coming week have been canceled.
The Daughtry family appreciates your patience and respectfully requests privacy during this difficult time.
More information will be released at a later time.
This tragic death’s investigation is still ongoing.
Hannah, 25, was found dead in her Nashville home by the Nashville police department on Friday, according to People.
Deanna mentioned “injuries that caused her death” in an Instagram post, but no further information has been released at this time.
“My first born,” Deanna writes in her Hannah tribute post, which is filled with photos of the young woman.
Hannah, I adore you to the moon and back.
As we grieve the loss of my daughter Hannah, our family would like to thank you all for the outpouring of love.
We’re waiting for the autopsy results to see how Hannah got the injuries that killed her.
Our hearts have been torn apart.”
Chris and Deanna have four kids together.
Fans of “American Idol” may recall that when Chris competed in season five, his wife Deanna, as well as Hannah and her brother Griffin, now 23, who are Deanna’s children from her first marriage, were frequently seen cheering him on.
In fact, Chris’ audition segment (video above) featured all three of them.
As he entered the audition, Chris said, “This would change my life tremendously.”
“I’d be able to avoid working…
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