(*49*) “X Factor” star Freddie Combs has died, Fox News has confirmed. He was 49.

The inspirational singer, whose voice was bigger than life, died Sept. 10, in accordance with a funeral home in Cocoa, Fla.

Combs’ companion, (*49*) Combs, instructed TMZ Thursday he died of kidney failure. 

Combs was surrounded by family and associates at a hospital in (*49*) at the time of his dying, in accordance with (*49*)

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The performer and minister, who as rapidly as weighed 920 kilos, was hospitalized in 2009. But Combs labored himself all the best way through which all the best way all the way down to 385 kilos by a strict observe routine and alter in consuming routine by the aim he appeared on “X Factor” in a wheelchair. 

“I have so much gratitude to be his wife for 25 years and to be his best friend,” (*49*) instructed TMZ.

During his unforgettable stint on “X Factor” in 2012, Combs delivered a show-stopping rendition of Bette Midler’s 1988 hit, “Wind Beneath My Wings,” for celeb judges Simon Cowell, Britney Spears, L.A. Reid and Demi Lovato.

Freddie Combs competed on 'X Factor' in 2012. He died on Sept. 10 of kidney failure.

Freddie Combs competed on ‘X Factor’ in 2012. He died on Sept. 10 of kidney failure.
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It was launched in July that “X Factor,” which has launched the careers of One Direction, Leona Lewis and plenty of others, will finish after 17 years.