As the world mourns over the sudden and tragic death of ‘The Voice’ star Christina Grimmie, it is revealed that the show now plans to honor her memory.
The family at NBC’s The Voice is still reeling with grief about the brutal murder of season six finalist Grimmie at the tender age of 22, and they want to put on a show which may never be forgotten.
A source says that the next season of the show will have a tribute for Grimmie with the people concerned mulling over ideas on what they would like to do in that regard and also help her family.
It may be either of charity in her (Grimmie’s) honor or even a donation in her name, adds the source.
Christina was a beloved contestant on the show in 2014’s season six, as she made it to third place under coach and Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine, 36.
Also it has been revealed that Adam has offered to pay for Christina’s funeral costs as well as flying her mother to Orlando, FL to reunite her with son Mark with the latter being hailed as a hero for tackling Christina’s shooter Kevin Loibl, 27, and also prevented any harm to anyone else.
But then unfortunately Mark’s efforts went in vain as it was too last to save his sister from the crazed gunman.
The Voice family has been in shock and grief over the shooting; with Adam and model wife Behati Prinsloo being ‘absolutely devastated and heartbroken’ by the turn of things.
The show’s Twitter account immediately sent out prayers and condolences after news emerged of the singer being critically injured at a meet and greet following her Orlando, FL concert.