Meet Noah Thompson mother Elizabeth Miller.
He continued, “It blew me away. I just didn’t know how to feel. Anybody could have won this show, you know what I mean? I just didn’t think that it was me”. He has a 1-year-old son Walker never traveled by plane before his audition.
“I just got shoved into this competition basically by my buddy, but I’m grateful for it,” he told USA Today. “I just didn’t expect this outcome at all. After Top 3 was when it really hit me.” Reflecting on the time of his audition, he shared, “I can promise you, nobody’s walking into that audition room more nervous. My heart was beating out of my chest. I couldn’t even look at the judges”.
This glorious win of the Kentucky-based singer made the whole town of Kentucky proud.
If Elizabeth had survived, she would’ve been very proud of him, being a music lover. Learn more about Noah’s mother below in this article.
Meet American Idol Noah Thompson Mother, Elizabeth Miller
American Idol Noah Thompson was born to his late mother Elizabeth Miller. According to his sister Brittany, his mother was “A rare, rare find, Elizabeth embodied many different things to different people—mother and child, strength and weakness, humor and hurt, piety and villainess—but she was always beautiful and unfiltered”.
Elizabeth had Noah from her relationship with Chris Thompson. She had him on 18 April 2002. That makes him 20 years old as of 2022.
Before Noah, she married Scott Ambrose. She shared two daughters with him; Britany Miller Dawson and Alexandria Kyle Ambrose.
Son of Kenneth and Sharon Ambrose, Scott was regarded as a musical genius. He was passionate about guitar and loved the odd time signatures and unreal technical ability of progressive rock in the vein of Rush and Yes, along with genre-bending bluegrass/jazz/funk styling of bands like Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
Furthermore, he was a master of classical guitar and could pick out a Fernando Sor piece or translate something from Back onto the fretboard just as easily and beautifully as running down an Alex Lifeson riff.
Scott had died of a blood clot in his lung just after turning 32 years old.
Scott was the brother of Dr. Paul Ambrose and was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 77 that was flown into the Pentagon during the 9/11 incident.
Elizabeth Miller Cause Of Death
According to Noah’s sister Britany Miller, Elizabeth suffered extensive brain damage which became the cause of her death. She had successive complications so they had to make the difficult decision to take her off of life support. She was hospitalized after cardiac arrest.
Elizabeth took her last breath surrounded by her daughter Alexandria. Her boyfriend Tony was also by her side holding her right hand.
Elizabeth Miller Age At The Time Of Her Death
Born on 7 October 1967, and died on 6 May 2018, Elizabeth Miller was 50 years old at the time of her death.
What Did Elizabeth Miller Do For A Living?
Elizabeth Miller loved music and people remembered her as a doting mother. However, when it comes to her career not much appears in the public domain.
Elizabeth Miller Parents
Elizabeth Miller was born to her mother Kappy Johnson. According to Elizabeth’s sister’s Facebook post, Kappy was a sweet soul who allegedly raised her children all on her own. According to the FB status from May 2020, Kappy sailed the Caribbean in her own sailboat.
She wrote, “my mom and i.. she was amazing.. sailed the Caribbean in her own sailboat, hung out with the Marley family in jamaica.. they loved her.. everyone did.. the way she looked was the way she was.. to everyone! she was a seer.. a very deep lady… she saw things others are still blind to”.
Before Elizabeth died, she was taking care of her mother.
Where Was Elizabeth Miller From?
Elizabeth Miller hailed from Kentucky, United States.
Did Elizabeth Miller Leave Behind Any Sibling?
Elizabeth Miller was the youngest of three daughters born to her parents. The only sister we know about is Mishel Miller. Mishel had nothing but admiration for her sister.
In May 2012, she wrote to Elizabeth, “yep little girl ..for a child you have been quite the mom… I appreciate the hardships u have endured to bring up brit especially… I will always admire you for ur wise choice and standing up for your right to have her even when everyone was telling you not to ( except me of course lol )your great happy late “day”.
Mishel attended Huntington High School (West Virginia) and studied at Marshall University. She was a YHWH musician, and scribe at Hidden Mountain.