Country music fans are in mourning after the tragic death of rising star Taylor Dee at age 33.

The singer was involved in a fatal car crash on a highway near Euless, Texas on Sunday, March 14. 

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“Taylor Dee was the real deal — a true talent with a heart and passion not only for her music but for people,” said the president of the Texas Country Music Association, Linda Wilson, in a statement confirming the news. 

“In every performance, her talent was evident, but more importantly she allowed her fans to know her heart,” Wilson continued. “She will be missed tremendously.”

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In an interview with KURL-TV, Euless City Police Department Chief Mike Brown explained how the crash may have occurred after Dee missed a turn while attempting to exit the highway.

The mom of two — who was not wearing a seatbelt — was ejected from the vehicle. 

A second passenger who was wearing a seatbelt suffered a broken toe, according to Euless Police Sgt. Scott Peterson.

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Dee released her first single “The Buzz” back in 2019.


A GoFundMe campaign has so far raised more than $15,000 in honour of the late musician. 

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