Finalist on Mexico’s ‘The Voice’ Is Killed in Apparent Carjacking Attempt in Chicago

Jun 21, 2016  •  Post A Comment

A man who was a finalist on the Mexican version of “The Voice” — “La Voz … Mexico” — died from gunshot wounds Saturday, two days after he was shot in Chicago.

Reuters reports: “Alejandro Fuentes, 45, was shot on Thursday after refusing a gunman’s order to get out of his car, according to media reports. Fuentes, a finalist in 2011 on ‘The Voice.’ owned a studio and school in the city, and had just left his birthday celebration, the reports said.”

Authorities were searching for suspects in Fuentes’ shooting, which comes on the heels of the killing of Christina Grimmie in Orlando. Grimmie, a former finalist on NBC’s “The Voice,” was gunned down while she signed autographs, with her assailant then killing himself.

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