An amazing star in the making has died less than a month before shooting to fame on America’s Got Talent.
Twenty nine -year-old Dr Brandon Rogers was killed in a terrible car accident over the weekend.
The singer, aka B-Rog, had already started building a fan base for his talent on stage as well as his compassion for the patients he treated in hospital.
Now America’s Got Talent producers are deciding whether or not to air his episode out of respect to his family.
Bosses had seen his posts on Instagram and asked him to join the competition, expecting him to become a big hit for his big voice and even bigger heart.
Boyz II Men have led tributes to him after he covered their song On Bended Knee.
The band posted to their Facebook page immediately on hearing the tragic news.
“Today our hearts are deeply saddened to learn about the sudden death of Dr. Brandon Rogers in a car accident,” they wrote.
The band was considering asking him on tour with them after he got up on stage at one of their concerts and performed I’ll Make Love To You to screaming fans.
But it was his work for others that really won his 50,000 Instagram followers’ hearts.
He qualified as a doctor two years ago and shared pics of himself delivering flu vaccines to kids.
His brother Danni Rogers paid tribute to his younger sibling.
In tears, he said: “I didn’t know what else to do so I’ll just put this out there.
“I want to thank everybody for your kind words and the phone calls and messages. It’s just a testament to how many lives my brother touched.
“It’s hard for me to talk to people on the phone right now so I apologise, but I’m getting to read everybody’s messages and voicemails, and me and my family really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you.”
Brandon’s sister Chrisiann Nicole also paid tribute: “Words cannot express the hurt and sadness that come with losing my brother.
“They cannot express the joy and gratitude I feel for having gotten to know and love him.
“But they can express happiness for knowing that he touched many lives and inspired many.
“Thank you all for your prayers and condolences. Cherish your loved ones and hold them close the way Brandon did. Life is short and Tomorrow is not promised.”