Reactions to fatal shooting of singer Christina Grimmie

FILE - In this June 29, 2014 file photo, "The Voice" Season 6 contestant Christina Grimmie performs as part of "The Voice Tour" at Cobb Energy Centre, in Atlanta. Florida authorities say "The Voice" star Grimmie is in critical condition after being shot at a concert venue in Orlando by a suspect who then fatally shot himself after being tackled by the singer-songwriter's brother. Orlando Police Department officials tell WKMG-TV that Grimmie was shot Friday night at The Plaza Live, where she was scheduled to perform. (Photo by Robb D. Cohen/Invision/AP, File)

Reactions to fatal shooting of singer Christina Grimmie, onetime contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” who was shot Friday after a concert in Orlando, Florida:

“I’m stunned and disgusted and heartbroken that we lost that sweet little girl.” — Blake Shelton (recording star and judge on “The Voice”) on Twitter.

“I’m sad, shocked and confused. … This just isn’t fair.” Adam Levine (recording star and Grimmie’s coach on “The Voice”) on Instagram.

“She was special. She walked in the room and she had an infectious laugh, she was determined, she was confident, but she was so incredibly sweet. You would never forget meeting her. I’m shocked she didn’t actually win season six. Her star was shining so bright, which certainly makes this that much harder.” — Carson Daly (host of “The Voice”) on NBC’s “Today” show.

“Christina was such a kind, generous person, and so talented. What a light has been taken from the world.” — John Green (author of “The Fault in Our Stars”) on Twitter.

“I’m sick about TheRealGrimmie. Praying for her family. Now I’m scared to do meet and greets.” — RaeLynn (singer and former contestant on “The Voice”) on Twitter.

“Senselessly tragic but now a heaven’s angel.” — Robin Leach (TV personality) on Twitter.

“Devastating tragedy.” — Adam Lambert (singer-songwriter) on Twitter.

“Very tough to read things like this and sending lots of power and love to her family & friends.” — Theo Rossi (cast member of “Sons of Anarchy”) on Twitter.

“May her beautiful soul rest in peace.” — Kristen Merlin (singer and former contestant on “The Voice”) on Twitter.

“We are horrified and deeply saddened over the unconscionable murder last night of Christina Grimmie. She was poised to be one of the Philadelphia area’s next global music ambassadors, but her star shined all too briefly.” — Alan Rubens (board chairman of the Philadelphia Music Alliance) in a statement.

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