Adam Levine offers to pay for ‘The Voice’ singer’s funeral, Selena Gomez gives heartfelt tribute

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ORLANDO, FL - Another tragedy from the past weekend in Orlando was the shocking shooting death of 'The Voice' singer Christina Grimmie.

Grimmie was gunned down as she was signing autographs following her concert in Orlando on Friday night...allegedly by an obsessed fan.

Following that tragedy, The Voice's Adam Levine called Grimmie's mother personally to offer his condolences, and then he also offered to pay for her flight and all funeral costs.

Levine had first posted on Twitter a statement which read, "Christina was a natural, gifted talent that comes along so rarely...she was taken from us too soon."

When Grimmie's brother Marcus heard about Levine's gesture, he said, "I was blown away."

Another celebrity publicly grieving over Grimmie's death is Selena Gomez who was clearly emotional as she dedicated a special performance to Grimmie over the weekend.

"And I don't know how this really happened," Gomez told her fans during a concert, while fighting back tears. "But I would like to dedicate this next song to her."

Now the music world will always wonder, "What could have been?" fans, friends and family prepare to say goodbye to Christina.

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