Nathaniel O’Brien, X Factor contestant, Died at 19


Nathaniel O’Brien was born on December 31, 1995 and died on November 9, 2015.

He was an X Factor contestant.

Nathaniel was 19-year-old, he performed on Sunday morning at the Burra Country Music Festival, and was driving on the Barrier Highway towards Adelaide, where he was due to perform another gig that day, when the crash occurred.

He was also a finalist in the Australian Country Music People’s Choice awards, which are due to be announced in Tamworth in January.

O’Brien, was aired on the Channel Seven reality program last year, he had an accident and died when his car crashed into a tree in the small town of Hanson, about 150 kilometers north of Adelaide, at 11am on Sunday.

O’Brrien won a mentor session with a vocal coach and was mentored by X Factor judge Natalie, who posted on Twitter on Sunday night that O’Brien had the “voice of an angel”.

The former contestant on the television talent show X Factor passed away in-car crash, just hours after performing at a country music festival in South Australia.