Slain singer and South Jersey native Christina Grimmie won a Teen Choice Award on Sunday night. So why did the ceremony fail to recognize her?

Despite the show's clear plea to end gun violence, The Voice Season 6 finalist Grimmie, who was shot and killed by a crazed fan in Orlando, Florida on June 10th at the age of 22, wasn't mentioned once.

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Grimmie was honored with the Choice Web Star Award in the music category Sunday night, but it was not a category that was televised.

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What did make the Teen Choice Awards telecast, however, was a serious segment calling for an end to gun violence. The clip featured such high profile celebrities as actress Jessica Alba, singer Ne-Yo, as well as victims from San Bernardino, Newton and Orlando mass shootings, 6abc.com reports. But notably missing was even a photo of Christina Grimmie, murdered just one night prior to the Pulse nightclub shootings.

And it didn't take long for Evesham-native Grimmie's fans to take notice, and take their fury to social media.

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