Singer Thomas Wells – known for competing talent shows, including “X-Factor,” “America’s Got Talent” and “The Voice” – died in a gruesome accident at a tire factory earlier this month, a report said Friday.
The 46-year-old was working at the factory in Oklahoma when he was caught in an automatic conveyor belt that did not stop, his wife Jessica Wells told TMZ. He died Nov. 13 at a Texas hospital, according to his obituary.
The father of three showed off his pipes in a series of reality TV shows after teaching himself to play instruments by ear as a child, the obit said.
“Thomas had a great voice and loved to sing hymns as well as contemporary music,” reads the obituary. “He always had a smile and loved to make fun and give people a hard time. He was a great entertainer and always became the center of attention. “
On Thanksgiving, Jessica, his wife of 17 years, recorded an emotional video from his gravesite about his rapid deterioration.
“It was the worst day of my life because I lost my husband, but the best day of my life because God told me he was home,” Jessica said in the video, which was posted on Facebook Friday.
“I know one hundred and million percent that Thomas is up there waiting for me.”
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