Ireland's The Voice star, singer Andrew Mann died a sudden death on Saturday, 18th May 2019, just three months after his ex-girlfriend's suicide.
The Irish musician was in relation with autism campaigner and model Alli MacDonnell, who took her own life earlier this year in February.
Very saddened to hear about the passing of such a talented Irish guy #AndrewMann #RIP I worked with him on a small music project couple of years back such a great guy to be around -very shocked :( pic.twitter.com/ngqZJTPcNg
— DEAN SHERRY (@djdeansherry) May 19, 2019
Alli MacDonnel took her own life after she became a target of foul life-threatening messages on her social media.
The couple had dated each other for a couple of years and had split just a month before Alli MacDonnel's suicide.
Andrew Mann and Alli had a daughter together named Siena Rose, 2-years-old.
MacDonnell also has three other kids Alex, Sara and Harry from her previous relationships.
Hi All I’ve just heard the very sad news our talented handsome pal Irish musician Andrew Mann passed away yesterday. Deeply saddened & shocked by this news as I had the pleasure to get to know him recently. My sincere condolences to his fans friends & family. RIP Andrew Ol pic.twitter.com/PfQWXtKZq7
— Oliver McCabe (@OlMcCabe) May 19, 2019
Mann was a finalist from Ireland to represent his country at the Eurovision song competition.
He was best known for his performances in Ireland's version of The Voice.
Andrew Mann had been receiving medical attention since the death of his ex-girlfriend.
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