Elton John, Sam Smith, Jeremy Corbyn and Miley Cyrus are not the only ones who cannot imagine the world without the music legend who has passed away at Christmas. Many famous people share the grief in social networks. “I just heard about my friend @GeorgeMichael’s death. He was such a brilliant talent. I’m so sad,” TV host Ellen DeGeneres writes. “Come on 2016 this is getting ridiculous. RIP George Michael💔,” reads the post by the singer and actress Audra McDonald. “Rest with the glittering stars, George Michael. You’ve found your Freedom, your Faith. It was your Last Christmas, and we shall miss you,” Star Trek actor George Takei addresses to Michael. “So sorry to hear of the passing of George Michael. My prayers and condolences go out to his family, friends and fans,” the ‘I will survive’ singer Gloria Gaynor posts. “It better not be true bout George Michael,” the former ‘Oasis’ singer Liam Gallagher still refuses to believe, as well as his colleague Brian Adams who wrote: “RIP George Michael. I can’t believe it. Such an incredible singer and a lovely human being, far too young to leave us”. “My god. Rest in paradise @GeorgeMichael–an icon, an ally, a legend,” the comedian Margaret Cho does not even try to hold tears this time. “Its hard to take in. One of our most talented singer songwriters has left us. RIP George Michael. Such sad, tragic news. 2016 please end,” the musicians of Simply Red don’t hold emotions. Paul Young commemorated his common work with Michael sharing a link to Youtube video captioned simply ‘One more time’. “Heartbroken at the loss of my beloved friend Yog. Me, his loved ones, his friends, the world of music, the world at large. 4ever loved”, cried the Last Christmas co-writer Andrew Ridgeley. And Madonna, as usually, expressed what she thought without choosing words. “Farewell My Friend! 🙏🏻 Another Great Artist leaves us. 💔Can 2016 Fuck Off NOW?,” she tweeted. There is an emptiness that will never be filled.