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X Factor USA and America's Got Talent singer Thomas Wells dies at 46


X Factor USA and America’s Got Talent singer Thomas Wells dies at 46 after an accident while working at a tire manufacturing plant in Oklahoma

  • The reality star has died at the age of 46
  • His wife Jessica Wells revealed he’d been involved in an accident at work
  • The singer is said to have been trapped in machinery at a tire plant 
  • After being airlifted to a hospital in Tyler, Texas, he died on Nov. 13  










Former X Factor and America’s Got Talent reality star Thomas Wells had died at the age of 46, it has be confirmed.

His wife Jessica Wells informed TMZ the amateur singer had been involved in an accident while working on a job at a tire manufacturing plant in Oklahoma.

He passed away on Nov. 13.  

Jessica told the outlet that parts of her husband’s body had been trapped in machinery following the accident, involving a ‘conveyor belt’ type of equipment that did not stop.

RIP: X Factor USA and America's Got Talent singer Thomas Wells dies at 46 after an accident while working at a tire manufacturing plant in Oklahoma (Pictured with his wife Jessica)

RIP: X Factor USA and America’s Got Talent singer Thomas Wells dies at 46 after an accident while working at a tire manufacturing plant in Oklahoma (Pictured with his wife Jessica) 

Thomas was reportedly rushed to a hospital nearby in Idabel, Oklahoma, then was later airlifted to a larger hospital in Tyler, Texas. 

Specialists attempted to help save his life, but the television star later died.  

Per the report, his wife of 17 years Jessica is ‘remembering him as a unique person who always had a smile on his face and tried to make people laugh.’

Adding: ‘She says he would sometimes bust out singing and didn’t mind the spotlight.’

Gone but not forgotten: Thomas was reportedly rushed to a hospital nearby in Idabel, Oklahoma, then was later airlifted to a larger hospital in Tyler, Texas

Gone but not forgotten: Thomas was reportedly rushed to a hospital nearby in Idabel, Oklahoma, then was later airlifted to a larger hospital in Tyler, Texas



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