What are your memories of the late singer George Michael?

Singer, George Michael on stage performing at Norwich City Football Club ground at Carrow Road in No

Singer, George Michael on stage performing at Norwich City Football Club ground at Carrow Road in Norwich, Norfolk.Picture: James BassFor: EDP/ EN NEWSEDP Pics © 2007 Tel: (01603) 772434 - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2007

Tributes continue to pour in for pop superstar George Michael who has died aged 53.

Michael, who rose to fame as the front man of 1980s band Wham! and had chart-topping hits including Last Christmas, died from heart failure at his home yesterday.

His death is being treated by police as 'unexplained but not suspicious'.

Candles are being put out in front of his north London home in his memory.

The singer performed to a packed-out Carrow Road stadium crowd in Norwich on June 12, 2007, as part of a UK tour.

Michael - whose real name was Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou - sold more than 100 million albums throughout a career spanning almost four decades.

Big names from the world of entertainment paid tribute after hearing about his death, which comes in a year that has seen the music industry lose some of its biggest stars including Prince, David Bowie and Leonard Cohen.

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Sir Elton John wrote on Instagram: 'I have lost a beloved friend - the kindest, most generous soul and a brilliant artist. My heart goes out to his family and all of his fans.'

The Rocket Man singer said he was 'in deep shock' at Michael's death.

The pair famously collaborated on a rendition of Elton's classic Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me, released in 1992, nearly two decades after the original.

What are your memories of George Michael in Norfolk?

Did you watch the Carrow Road gig in 2007?

Let us know your memories by emailing sophie.wyllie@archant.co.uk, calling 01603 772531 or tweeting @swyllie

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