Fans of ex-The Voice contestant and long-time YouTube sensation Christina Grimmie, 22, are completely devasted by breaking news that the singer was shot multiple times during a meet and greet after a concert in Orlando, Florida on June 10.

Grimmie has been left in critical condition since the tragedy took place. The top trending topic on Twitter is already “Pray for Christina,” which is what fans are doing around the world, including The Voice judge Blake Shelton.

Christina and pop-punk band Before You Exit were selling merch and signing autographs for fans after their concert at the Plaza Live Theater when a man walked up and shot her, according to Orlando Sgt. Wanda Miglio.

Grimmie’s brother tackled the shooter in an effort to stop it, then the suspect shot himself. “This should have been something that was fun and exciting, Miglio said during a news conference, “and for something like this to happen is just a tragedy.”

The singer was taken to the Orlando Regional Medical Center. No one else has been reported as injured. The suspect, who has yet to be identified, is dead. He had two guns in possession, but Sgt. Miglio said there is no information yet about the type of gun used, the motive behind the shooting, or whether he and Grimmie knew each other. What is also unknown is how many rounds were fired.

Christina Grimmie, who started her music career by performing covers on YouTube, is known for being a contestant on the sixth season of The Voice in 2014. She finished the show in third place and is currently working on an album signed under Island Records.

News of the shooting spread quickly across social media and #PrayforChristina has been trending as fans and celebrities everywhere are expressing their sadness.

UPDATE: It is reported that Christina Grimmie has passed away. “It is with a heavy heart that we can confirm that Christina has passed and went home to be with the Lord. She was shot at her show in Orlando and, unfortunately, didn’t survive the gun shot wounds. We ask at this time that you respect the privacy of her family and friends in their time of mourning. If you’d like to give back to Christina’s family in her memory, please consider donating to the families GoFundMe page in their time of need. https://www.gofundme.com/christinagrimmie,” her representative said in a statement, according to ABC.