This is unimaginably tragic.
The team did release a statement on the matter, though (below):
Every award show has its fair share of snubs, and that includes the recently deceased stars who didn't make it into the "In Memoriam" segment.
Fans flocked to Twitter to make their disappointment known in regard to The Voice star not being mentioned among the legendary stars who passed away this year, including Gene Wilder, Garry Marshall, Muhammad Ali, Garry Shandling, Doris Roberts, and more.
Because The Voice earned a trophy for Best Reality Competition Show, fans were especially upset over Grimmie's absence — but this isn't the first time the 22-year-old has been left out of an award show since her tragic slaying this June.
In August, fans were upset that the singer wasn't mentioned at this year's Teen Choice Awards, and even started a petition for Fox to formally apologize to her family for "disrespecting" the late star.
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Well on Sunday night, the 47-year-old ended up taking home the Emmy for Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special and during his acceptance speech, Patton made sure to give a shoutout to his daughter as well as a nod to his late wife.
Though the standup comic didn't explicitly name Michelle during his speech, he did open up about his late wife backstage as he heartbreakingly admitted:
Will they EVER get to the bottom of this?
In the last month, countless documentaries have popped up that have re-examined JonBenét Ramsey's tragic death from over 20 years ago, and last night, CBS aired the first part of their special, The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey!
During the CBS special, which was recently edited from six hours to four, retired FBI profiler Jim Clemente teamed up with Scotland Yard criminal behavior analyst Laura Richards to dig further into the case and answer some questions.
While Yahoo TV has reported that Clemente will NAME A SUSPECT at the conclusion of the special, Sunday night was only part one — but that doesn't mean we didn't get HUGE clues regarding the 911 call, the ransom note, and the overall cause of death!
Ch-ch-check out all of the HIGHlights from last night's special (below) as we wait for part two on Monday!
On Saturday Charmian Carr, who was best known for playing Liesl von Trapp in the Sound Of Music, passed away. She was 73-years-old.
Not to mention, it's said Miz Carr's death was caused by a rare form of dementia. Oh no!
In addition to the industry vet's rep Harlan Boll confirming the sad news, a man named Steve Hughes penned a note about Carr's passing for her website. On the now disabled website, Hughes wrote: