Roslyn Singleton, who appeared on “America’s Obtained Expertise,” has died at age 39 from mind most cancers.
Her husband, Ray, confirmed Roslyn’s passing in an Instagram post. Singleton died on Tuesday after a number of remedies for mind most cancers.
“WELL DONE!!” Ray started. “Our spouse earned her wings yesterday whereas peacefully sleeping proper at house the place she wished to be. This street forward goes to be INCREDIBLY lengthy & tough!”
Ray, who’s a former “America’s Got Talent” contestant, continued: “She taught us all SOMETHING…She’s the place we’re all attempting to get someday so no have to be unhappy! Now we have a good time her legacy, her affect, her story & HER SPIRIT! She’s going to LIVE FOREVER!! #LongLiveRoss.”
Fox Information Digital has reached out to “America’s Obtained Expertise” for remark.
Roslyn’s household acquired help within the remark part of Ray’s put up. Former “Actual Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey wrote, “coronary heart damaged. she shall be missed. she was a power. blessed to have frolicked together with your queen,” including coronary heart emojis.
Singer Dej Loaf added, “Thanks for exhibiting us what love is.”
In 2020, Roslyn and Ray appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” after the pair went viral when Ray serenaded Roslyn earlier than she underwent surgical procedure. On the discuss present, Roslyn revealed that she had been present process brain cancer remedies since 2013.
The couple appeared on the present a second time when NBA star Dwayne Wade stunned the couple throughout their episode look.
Ray was a contestant on “America’s Obtained Expertise” in July 2021, and Roslyn joined him onstage throughout his efficiency.
Earlier this yr, Roslyn detailed her most cancers analysis to Novant Well being: “At any time when there’s one thing occurring in my life, God at all times places the best individuals excellent in entrance of me to make it a bit of simpler,” she instructed the outlet.
Roslyn, who was a Navy veteran, added, “I do know what God can do. My fixed assertion to him is: ‘Show them incorrect, show them incorrect.'”
Roslyn and Ray had documented her most cancers analysis on social media. Roslyn gained an Instagram following and steadily shared moments together with her husband, in addition to inspirational messages, to her 73,000 followers.