Christina Grimmie's Family Remembers Singer on Her 23rd Birthday With Animated Tribute

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Christina Grimmie's family celebrated what would be the singer's 23rd birthday by sharing a special video with her fans.

The video portrays Grimmie's as an animated superhero, and features her posthumous song, "Invisible," which was released last month. "As many of you know, Christina LOVED video games and had a special fondness for anime," Grimmie's family shared on YouTube. "We created this video as a special tribute to honor that love and her desire to always bring light and love into the heart of others."

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The singer's brother, Marcus Grimmie, also posted a screenshot to Instagram from the heartfelt video, writing: "I know you would love this sis."

It's been nine months since Grimmie was killed at the Plaza Live theater in Orlando, Florida, during a meet-and-greet with fans. While signing autographs, Kevin Loibl shot her twice before fatally shooting himself.

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Following news of her tragic death, stars including Selena Gomez and Voice coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine paid tribute to Grimmie. Gomez even broke down in tears while talking about her friend during a concert in Miami.

See her tearful dedication to Grimmie: