Fans of Christina Grimmie have criticised the Teen Choice Awards for not mentioning or paying tribute to the late singer, despite her winning her first award.
The 22-year-old was shot dead in front of terrified fans as she signed autographs after a show in Orlando, Florida, in June.
The late YouTube star and former contestant on The Voice was posthumously named Choice Web Star: Music at Sunday night's ceremony, but the trophy was not handed out on air.
Fans were angry that Grimmie, as she was known, was not referenced at all during the show, even though the show dedicated a special segment to the victims of gun violence.
Jessica Alba stood with families of victims of the violence on stage before Ne-Yo performed Marvin Gaye's What's Going On. They called on the audience to flood social media with the hashtag #StopTheViolence.
A post on Grimmie's official Twitter account by Brian Teefy, who discovered her on YouTube, had encouraged fans to vote for her in the Teen Choice Award category.
-- Christina Grimmie (@TheRealGrimmie) July 8, 2016
After the show, angry fans slammed organisers FOX for "exploiting" her death to gain viewers and then failing to pay tribute to her.
christina grimmie, a victim of gun violence, did not get one mention at the TCAs after being exploited for views and tweets.
-- alisa. | ntgk stan (@nawmani) August 1, 2016
So the TCA's essentially nominated Christina Grimmie after her death for promo and never even mentioned her name on air? Gross & corrupt
-- Liz (@lizbaroa) August 1, 2016
Christina officially has an award that's a surf board. Now she can ride it into the sunset away from TCAs lies #ChristinaGrimmieDefenseSquad
-- Grimmie Updates (@CVGUpdates) August 1, 2016
-- Morgan Rose (@morganrus490) August 1, 2016
The fact that they used Christina grimmie to promote this award show is disgusting they haven't even mentioned her I'm done #TeenChoice
-- KARAI (@sebftmendess) August 1, 2016
Teen Choice blatantly exploited Christina Grimmie's death to promote their show only to neglect her in their actual show. I'm so angry.
-- Trang Dong (@typicallytrang) August 1, 2016
-- Mark \|/ (@lordkramGB) August 1, 2016
It's sad that Christina Grimmie won her first TCA & they didn't even honor her on the show after using her for promo?
-- Miranda Friel?? (@Miranda003) August 1, 2016
-- osias sagapolu (@Osiaaas) August 1, 2016
Over 21,000 people "liked" fellow YouTube star Shane Dawson, who angrily said he was glad there was no tribute from the "trash show".
and btw, I'm glad the tcas didn't do a memorial for Christina Grimmie. I don't want her beautiful face anywhere near that trash show.
-- Shane Dawson (@shanedawson) August 1, 2016
A change.org petition has now been set up to demand a formal apology from Teen Choice and FOX.
FOX did not immediately respond to requests for comment.