Grammy-winning singer and 'American Idol' graduate Mandisa died at 47.  

Nashville— Contemporary Christian singer Mandisa, who appeared on "American Idol" and earned a Grammy for 'Overcomer' in 2013, died. She was 47.  

A publicist told The Associated Press that the singer was found dead in her Nashville home on Thursday. Mandisa's death was undetermined, the spokesman stated.  

Mandisa Lynn Hundley, born near Sacramento, California, sang in church as a child.   

She became famous after coming ninth on "American Idol" in 2006.  

Ryan Seacrest called the singer "a great spirit on the show." as she left.  

In 2007, Mandisa released "True Beauty," her debut album, which was nominated for a Grammy for best pop and contemporary gospel album.  

She released five additional albums, including a Christmas one.  

Her sixth album, "Overcomer," received a Grammy in 2014 for best contemporary Christian music.  

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