Robert Anker, a former is part of dance group Diversity, who won Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, has died in a vehicle disintegrate in Canada.
The 27 -year-old was killed when his gondola collided with a pick-up truck in Ontario, local media reports mention .
Mr Anker, who was born in Essex, moved to Canada last year and married his lover, Cyndi.
The group said in a Twitter post that he “inspired so many with his flair and was taken far too soon”.
After realise his appoint with the 2009 Britain’s Got Talent wins, Mr Anker went on to appear in videos for music wizards such as Paloma Faith and Jessie J.
He also appeared in the West End prove Thriller Live. In a Facebook post, the evidence announced its decision to dedicating Friday evening’s action to Mr Anker’s memory.
“He had stupendous aptitude, great personality and was very popular amongst many. We transport our deepest condolences to his family and friends, ” the upright said.
X-Factor choreographer Dean Lee tweeted: “Rob Anker. I have no terms to speak after discovering of your guide. This is truly heart breaking. Thanks for the retentions. Shine bright.”
His cousin, Rochelle Hanson, has set up a JustGiving page to raise money to help family members accompanied his funeral in Canada.
She wrote: “On 27 th July 2017, Robert Anker aged 27 was involved in a lethal gondola coincidence in Canada and unhappily passed away at the scene.
“We are causing funding for his family to be able to cover all costs for their errand to go and arrange his funeral in Canada.
“We would love to ensure that his family don’t fear or stress about coin at this time.”
York Regional Police in Canada said the crash occurred on July 27 just before 06:00 local hour( 11:00 BST ), when a Chevy Cobalt crashed with a Ford F5 50 pick-up truck.
They said the 27 -year-old driver of the Chevy expired at the stage, while the motorist of the truck was uninjured.
A Foreign Office spokesman added: “We are aware of the death of a British humankind in Canada. We are providing assistance to their own families at this sad time”.