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The words come from the song "Just the way you are" by Bruno Mars but they might as well have been written for Hollie Gazzard, the young hairdresser who was stabbed to death a year ago today.
Oh, her eyes, her eyes Make the stars look like they're not shinin' Her hair, her hair Falls perfectly without her trying She's so beautiful And I tell her everyday
They were sung at a vigil this evening to remember Hollie. It took place outside the hairdressing salon in Gloucester where the 20-year-old worked - and where she was stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend.
Here's the song sung in memory of Hollie Gazzard, who died on 18 February 2013.
A year ago today Hollie Gazzard was stabbed to death in the hairdressing salon where she worked in Gloucester.
The attack was carried out by her former boyfriend Asher Maslin. He's now been sentenced to a minimum of 18 years in prison.
This evening her family will gather outside the salon where she worked for a service of remembrance.
Her father Nick says hundreds of people are expected to attend.
Since Hollie's death, her family and friends have worked tirelessly to combat domestic abuse. The Home Secretary has issued a statement to mark the anniversary of Hollie's murder.
Hundreds of friends and family of Hollie Gazzard walked from Gloucester to Cheltenham today to raise money for a charity in her name. The 22-year-old died from stab wounds while working at a salon in Gloucester. But today was about celebrating her life. Ken Goodwin reports.
The threat of rain didn't put of large numbers of people turning out in Cheltenham for Hollie Gazzard's remembrance walk. The Nicholas Gazzard, Hollie's father got the event underway:
A large crowd have joined the family of Hollie Gazzard in Cheltenham to take part in a remembrance walk. Since her death in February they have have set up a charitable trust in her name, to sponsor the training of young hairdressers and contribute towards the fight against domestic violence.
Speaking to ITV News the father of Hollie Gazzard said that today's walk is a day to celebrate Hollie and remember the 22 year old. Nicholas Gazzard told Ken Goodwin that although the day would be tinged with sadness they hope to keep it positive as well:
Her family have set up a charitable trust in her name, to sponsor the training of young hairdressers, and also to contribute towards the fight against domestic violence. Today friends and family will walk from Gloucester to Cheltenham to raise money for the trust.
Hundreds of people are gathering at the King Edward pub in Longlevens for charity walk in remembrance of Hollie Gazzard. Hollie died after being stabbed in the hairdressing salon where she worked in Gloucester.
The father of a young woman stabbed to death while at work in Gloucester has thanked the community for all their support after his daughter's death.
In his first television interview Nick Gazzard says people have raised thousands of pounds for a charity set up in her name. This weekend hundreds are expected to join a walk in her memory. Robert Murphy reports
Latest ITV News reports
The family of Hollie Gazzard, the hairdresser murdered by her ex-boyfriend, has called on employers to take action over domestic violence.
The parents of the Gloucester hairdress Hollie Gazzard have spoken for the first time about the loss of their daughter