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Founder Simon Cowell "devastated" by the death of Il Divo singer Carlos Marin |  stars

Founder Simon Cowell “devastated” by the death of Il Divo singer Carlos Marin | stars

“I find it very difficult to put into words how I feel,” Coyle said in a statement to British media. “The death of Carlos Marin devastated me. I love life. He loved the performance and had so much appreciation for the fans who supported the group from day one. Rest in peace, Carlos. I will miss you.”

On Sunday, the three remaining singers of Il Divo announced on Instagram that Marín had passed away. “His friends, family and fans will miss him. There will never be another voice or soul like Carlos. For seventeen years, the four of us have been on this wonderful journey with Il Divo, and we will miss our dear friend,” the men wrote. We hope and pray that this beautiful soul rests in peace. With love, David, Sebastian and Urs.”

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According to the Spanish newspaper Spanish Marin, 53, was hospitalized in a “serious condition” on December 8. He did not know exactly what was going on with the singer. British media such as daily mail He stated that he is in hospital due to being infected with the Corona virus. The guys from Il Divo were actually supposed to be doing quite a few shows in the UK this month. Last week, the same band announced that the remaining running dates of the tour would be moved to 2022. A social media post announced that the move was due to illness, but no further details were released at the time.

Founded in 2003, Il Divo is a multinational pop band that sings pop songs in an opera style. In addition to Spain’s Marin, the group consists of American David Miller, Swiss Urs Buehler and Frenchman Sebastien Isambard.

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