Hundreds of distraught fans, some who have travelled from as far as Argentina, have transformed the late pop star George Michael’s car into a shrine.
TRIBUTE: A large amount of flowers, tributes and mourners line the pavement and the Land Rover outside the home of George Michael in Highgate, North London, almost a month after the pop star died.
The tragic Wham! singer, 53, was found dead at his home in Goring, Oxfordshire, on Christmas Day.
Flowers, balloons, cards and chocolate bars cover the grey Range Rover outside Michael’s £8 million Highgate mansion – with some fans writing messages directly onto the car bonnet.
The shrine has steadily grown over the three weeks since the Careless Whisper singer’s death.
LOVED: Fans have scribbled their thoughts and prayers on to the singer’s car.
MISSED: Tributes continue to pour in from all over the world.
One framed letter nestled on top of flowers read: “Dear George, I have no words to express my pain.
“Since you’ve gone I feel so sad and empty.
“You’ve gone too soon… I love you and miss you. Cecilia Vazquez from Argentina.”
A poster in the hedge beside the pop star’s driveway said, “Words cannot express how much we feel about you.”
Messages written directly on the bonnet of the vehicle include “RIP George“, “Love you George” and “Thank you George“.
The star sold more than 100 million albums throughout a career spanning almost four decades.
At the end of December a post-mortem examination was carried out and Thames Valley Police said,
“The cause of death is inconclusive and further tests will now be carried out. The results of these tests are unlikely to be known for several weeks. Thames Valley Police will prepare a file for the Oxfordshire Coroner. Mr Michael’s death is still being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.”