Christina Grimmie
Christina Grimmie was remembered by many artists during Saturday night concerts. Grimmie is pictured at a performance for the American Red Cross in Burbank, California, April 20, 2016. Getty Images

Christina Grimmie was remembered by several of her colleagues and friends Saturday. The former “The Voice” contestant was shot while meeting fans after a Friday night concert in Orlando. Grimmie, 22, died at the hospital shortly after the shooting. Many of her friends had shows of their own Saturday night, and several took a few moments to remember the slain singer.

Selena Gomez was known to be a friend of Grimmie's, and Gomez’ stepfather, Brian Teefey, was Grimmie’s manager. The “Hands to Myself” singer invited Grimmie to be an opening act on two of her tours in 2011 and 2013. During Gomez’s concert in Miami, she got emotional talking about her friend’s death.

“When she was 14, I met her. My parents and I signed her. One thing about Christina and her family is that she holds her faith so closely to her,” Gomez told the audience. “I think it’s not about a religion, and it’s not about anything or good deeds. It’s just that she had faith, and I don’t really understand how this really happened, but I would like to dedicate this next song to her.”

Watch Gomez cover Hillsong Worship’s “Transfiguration” below:

Like Gomez, Rachel Platten also toured with Grimmie as her opening act. “While she was with us, she made this world a better place, absolutely. So I want to dedicate this to her tonight. And Christina, I know that you’re listening, and we love you,” Platten told a crowd in Wantagh, New York. Watch her dedication below:

Fifth Harmony held a moment of silence during their set in Wantagh. “We love you, we’re praying for your family, and we know that you’re smiling down from above,” Normani Hamilton said.

Twenty One Pilots kept their dedication short and sweet in Philadelphia. “This song is dedicated to the beloved Christina,” singer Tyler Joseph said before playing “Doubt,” a song Grimmie covered on YouTube.

Kesha also started off her Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, show with a few kind words for Grimmie and asked fans to send love to the singer’s family.

Charlie Puth played “See You Again” in honor of Grimmie at his Wantagh concert. “I was reading the news last night and heard that my good friend Christina Grimmie was killed, and I want to dedicate this song to her tonight. I’ve been upset about this all day, mainly because I just never got to say what I wanted to say to her,” he said. He believes that the song perfectly captures that feeling.

Twitter users have reported seeing several other dedications as well. Alessia Cara, Pentatonix and fellow “The Voice” alum Cassadee Pope all gave shout outs to Grimmie during their concerts as well.