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Fans Offer Emotional Tributes to Pop Icon George Michael

George Michael fans offered tributes in his remembrance outside his homes in London.

Tributes of flowers, photographs and candles left outside the home of pop music icon George Michael on Dec. 28, 2016 in London, England.

The singer died on Christmas day in his country home in Oxfordshire, in southeast England at the age of 53. He reportedly died of heart failure.

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Fans arrive with flowers to add to the pile of tributes outside the home of the deceased British singer in north London on Dec. 27.

The music legend, who in his heyday was a world-famous sex symbol achieved global fame with hits such as "Faith" and "Freedom '90."

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Tributes left by well-wishers and fans outside the home of the singer on Dec. 27.

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A woman kneels as she arrives with a candle to add to the pile of tributes on Dec. 27.

The legacy of the pop icon, who sold well over 100 million albums in the span of his career, extends far beyond his music.

"George was probably the first gay pop star in the modern era, who was totally unabashed about gay sexuality," Martin Aston, a music journalist told NBC Out.

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Flowers and tributes lie outside the singer's home on Dec 27.

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Fans mourn outside the singer's home on Dec 27.

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An arrangement of daily newspapers showing front page stories reporting the death of and tributes to George Michael in London on Dec 27.

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Flowers and tributes lie outside the singer's home on Dec 27.

The deceased singer's kindness will be remembered by the many people who he quietly helped, as well as his more public philanthropy to causes such as the Terrence Higgins Trust — a HIV charity.

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Well-wishers gather outside the home of pop superstar on Dec 27.

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Flowers and tributes lie outside the home of the British pop superstar on Dec 27.

Michael's career began with the duo Wham! in the 1980s, churning out hits like "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," and "Last Christmas" and continued into the '90s after he launched his debut chart-topping solo album "Faith" in 1987

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People draw tributes to singer in the grime on a car outside of his home on Dec 27.

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Well-wishers gather outside his home on Dec. 27.

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A woman pauses in front of tributes left outside the home of the pop music icon in The Grove, Highgate on Dec. 28.

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Flowers and tributes are left outside the singer's home on Dec 27.

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Flowers and tributes placed outside the home of the pop superstar on Dec 27.

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