X Factor star Ariel Burdett lies undetected in bed for days after death.

Former X Factor contestant Ariel Burdett tragically took her life and was not found until a few days later, and investigations into her death were heard.

The 38-year-old has been one of the most memorable auditions on an ITV show since his rough introduction.

However, she passed away for a few days last year without being found in bed.

Ariel, born Amy, died in November 2019 at her home in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Pathologist Dr. Lisa Barker told Wakefield Coroner’s Court that the singer was choked and died of drug addiction.

Ariel Budette
Ariel was one of X Factor’s most notorious singers.

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During pre-examination, the court was told that concerns about her welfare were raised.

This resulted in a visit to the home a few weeks before the landlord died.

I have previously heard that she was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

Shortly thereafter, there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.

Ariel’s audition bewildered the judges of Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue and Cheryl, and she continued to become one of the most buzzed contestants in the series.

Before singing the notes, Ariel tears off the label and says “human, not a number.”

X Factor's Ariel Burdett dies at home
Tragically. Ariel died at home last November.

He informed the nervous judges that she was “a professional, not a generalist” and worked as a “holistic vocal coach”.

Her song was “academic composition,” she claimed.

After failing to pass it, she told the judges to “shave them a little bit of metal” and it was word of mouth.

Ariel Budette
She will never be forgotten by the show’s fans or judges.

Psychiatrist Dr. Jamie Pick told The Sun. “Ara was one of those very memorable people.

“She had a strong personality, there was a lively feeling for her who made contact with people, and they really liked her.

“She was passionate. She was extremely independent and wanted to have control.”

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