|Birthdate||March 12, 1994-June 10, 2016|
|Hometown||Marlton, New Jersey|
| Chairs Turned
Christina first started her career on YouTube under the name zeldaxlove64 and now has more than 3 million subscribers and counting. Her YouTube popularity landed her an opening spot on the Selena Gomez tour, but she didn't have time to land a record deal before her death. The Voice was her shot to make it big outside of the online world.
20-year old (19 at the time) Christina Grimmie auditioned for The Voice with Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball". She turned all four chairs around, receiving unanimous praise from the coaches. Christina chose Adam to be her coach after he told her she had the potential to be a "huge star". In the first Battle Round, Christina was paired against Joshua Howard to perform "I Knew You Were Trouble" by Taylor Swift. Adam noted that he believed there was more to be seen from Christina, advancing her to the next round. In the second Battle Rounds, Christina sang with Sam Behymer, performing OneRepublic's "Counting Stars". Blake compared to her a stick of dynamite, and that her voice "really cuts through". Shakira said she displayed more maturity and confidence than Sam, leading Adam to take Christina to the Playoffs. In the Playoffs, Christina sang "I Won't Give Up" by Jason Mraz, dedicating it to her mother.
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|Blind Audition||"Wrecking Ball"||Miley Cyrus|| 4-chair turn|
Joined Team Adam
|Battle Rounds 1||"I Knew You Were Trouble" (vs. Joshua Howard)||Taylor Swift||Saved by Coach|
|Battle Rounds 2||"Counting Stars" (vs. Sam Behymer)||OneRepublic||Saved by Coach|
|The Playoffs||"I Won't Give Up"||Jason Mraz||Saved by Coach|
|Live Top 12||"Dark Horse"||Katy Perry||Saved By Public Vote|
|Live Top 10||"Hold On, We're Going Home"||Drake feat. Majid Jordan||Saved By Public Vote|
|Live Top 8||"How To Love"||Lil Wayne||Saved By Public Vote|
|Live Top 5||"Some Nights + Hide and Seek"||Fun + Imogen Heap||Bottom Three|
|Live Top 5||"Apologize"||One Republic||Instant Save|
On June 10, 2016, Christina was shot by a lone gunman, who later killed himself, after a show at the Plaza Live in Orlando, Florida. She was rushed to a hospital where she passed away just before 11 p.m. local time.