Christina Grimmie was tragically killed at an event in Orlando earlier this month—just a day before the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub—and her passing has affected so many people.

In fact, the talented and vibrant singer had a huge influence on the YouTube community—which is where she got her start—and this weekend the co-founders of VidCon paid tribute to her in a touching video that left the entire audience in tears.

Presented by Hank and John Green, who could barely keep their composure during the introduction, the montage featured clips from her time on The Voice to live performances to her many YouTube videos. Grimmie's song "With Love" played in the background as the montage continued.

At the conclusion, Hank and John asked for a round of applause in replace of a moment of silence for the beloved singer.

The former Voice contestant was laid to rest last week, E! News learned, and a viewing was held in her honor at the Fellowship Alliance Chapel near her hometown in New Jersey. During a memorial service late that night, her cousins, aunt and best friends stood up and shared stories about Grimmie growing up.

Her brother, Marcus, took the stage to thank everyone for attending and to comfort his parents during the unspeakably difficult time.

"I don't have anything to say, I don't have words still and it's a good and bad thing. All I'm going to say is thank God for the mark that she left on this world. Thanks mom and dad I know it's going to be really tough for us to move forward."

He continued, "All the rumors are true that when the gunman came…her arms were open. That's how she treated everyone she knew, her arms were open for them. So thanks again for coming out you guys, and I love you Christina."

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