Adam Levine Honours Late ‘Voice’ Singer Christina Grimmie With Touching Tribute: ‘It’s Unfair That She’s Not Here’

It’s been almost a year since Christina Grimmie was fatally shot by a deranged fan after a Florida concert in June 2016, and on Tuesday’s edition of “The Voice” Adam Levine offered a moving tribute to the young singer who shot to fame on the TV singing competition before her tragic death.

“God, I loved her so much,” said Levine, choking up as he spoke. “I am talking to you guys specifically,” he added, addressing her parents and brother in the audience. “I’m talking to everybody. I miss her.”

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He added: “It’s unfair she is not here. We are going to sing a little song. I am going to be singing every word to her in her honour. Thank you for being here. Christina, we love you.”

With that, he and the members of “Team Adam” launched into a performance of The Beatles’ classic “Hey Jude”, dedicated to Grimmie.

In addition, “The Voice” host Carson Daly joined Levine to announce another tribute to the late singer: the launching of the Christina Grimmie Foundation.

“As you know, family is very, very important to us here at ‘The Voice’ and last year we tragically lost one of our own,” said Daly, “the incredibly talented and beautiful Christina Grimmie.”

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