Hiromi Hayakawa has been confirmed dead at 34 years of age. The former "La Academia" contestant was rushed to the hospital last night after experiencing an hemorrhage from her pregnancy. Hiromi was not due until mid-October, but following complications both the baby and the singer died. Hayakawa was recently on "El Chema" on Telemundo, where she played one of the lead characters' love interest. She was best known for her musical theatre chops and starred in musicals like "Mentiras" and most recently "Bule Bule," which was a tribute to the "rock n' roll" music era.

Hiromi had recently gotten married, less than a year ago. She was beyond excited to welcome a baby to this world. Earlier this month she shared a picture of herself at the doctor getting an ultrasound where she was able to see her baby Julieta.

Hiromi was anxious to see her daughter and was counting down the days until she would finally meet her in person. In another Twitter post she wrote: "Waiting until October 21 or when she wants to see our faces."

Hiromi's publicist sent out a confirmation writing: "We regret to inform you about the death of the actress and singer Hiromi. Our deepest condolences for her family and loved ones."

Marla Hiromi Hayakawa Salas was born in Fukuoka, Japan. She was the daughter of Alfonso Javier Hayakawa of Japanese origin and Lourdes Elsa Salas, of Mexican origin. At the age of 2, Hiromi and her parents returned to Mexico and lived in Coahuila and that's where she discovered her love for the arts. She participated in multiple plays at her university like "Que Plantón," "El Diluvio Que Viene" and "José El Soñador." 

Hirome is most famous for participating in the third season of "La Academia," a competition reality show on TV Azteca. She was the twelfth evicted contestant and was placed seventh