‘Voice’ Finalist Placed in Intensive Care

Jamar Rodgers and Juliet Simms on The Voice (Photo by: Lewis Jacobs/NBC)

Jamar Rogers, who was a finalist in the second season of “The Voice,” is now in an Los Angeles hospital after suffering from an lung infection.

Rogers, who was diagnosed with HIV back in 2006, checked in to the facility on September 3rd and is now in intensive care because of the infection, according to TMZ.

Among the well wishers for the crooner have been his former “Voice” coach, Cee Lo Green.

Jamar is expected to remain hospitalized for at least another week.

Here’s a clip of one of Rogers’ famed moments on the NBC show.

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