Christina Aguilera Releases Single Honoring Victims Of The Orlando Shooting


Christina Aguilera's tribute to the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting is perfect.

The 35-year-old former “The Voice” coach released her latest song “Change” to her website on Thursday as a musical tribute to the lives lost during Sunday's mass shooting.

On top of that, Aguilera pledged to donate all iTunes download proceeds between now and September 14 to the National Compassion Fund, an organization helping the families of those who passed away during Sunday's events at Pulse.

With the upload, Christina posted a heartfelt message to her fans on her website, saying,

Along with the message, the longtime LGBT advocate posted about the video's release to her Twitter.

Before Sunday's shooting, Christina had expressed her sympathies after former "The Voice" contestant Christina Grimmie was killed during a different shooting in Orlando over the weekend.

Those looking to do more for the victims are being instructed by Aguilera to send donations to a GoFundMe campaign set up to help those affected by the massacre.

Citations: Christina Aguilera Releases New Single 'Change' to Honor Orlando Victims, Donates Proceeds to Families (Entertainment Tonight)