Mum of “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Amber Lee died in a hospital on Thursday, aged 57.
Lee, who has appeared in “Dance With the Kings”, was in hospital after suffering a brain aneurysm on Wednesday.
Her family said she was in a stable condition in hospital with no history of cardiac problems.
She will be remembered by her many fans and family members for her incredible dance moves.
Lee had been competing in the “Darling” house competition for six years and won a record-breaking $30 million.
She was a former contestant of “The Bachelor” who won a total of $100 million.
Her mother and stepfather, Mark Lee, said the family was devastated by the news of her death.
“We were all very close and very close together and I can’t imagine it could have been any better,” he said.
“Amber was a beautiful, lovely, beautiful woman and I know she had the love and support of everyone in her life.”
Lee had a “love of life” and was an avid “Danced with the Kings” fan, his family said.
She started dancing in kindergarten and graduated from university with a degree in art.
She performed on “The ABC’s Dancing With the stars” from 2008 until 2013.
Lee was married to former TV personality and radio personality Mark Lee before she married actor and singer Billy Eichner.
Lee’s family had said they would be releasing a statement later in the day, but it was unclear if it would be in time for her funeral.