The former Ginger Spice and the huge friend of the late Wham! singer supports the idea to replace a fan-made shrine with a terminal memorial for the musician. In her recent interview, Horner spoke of the ‘special relationship’ that she had with the singer and called for a compromise between neighbors that demand to put the shrine away and fans who want to pay tribute to their late idol. “Well what I do know is that George loved his fans and he really cared about his fans, so I really hear that they want to celebrate him and rejoice in him. So bearing that in mind… but equally you’ve got to respect the family and he cared about his neighbours and he liked to keep things simple,” Geri told ‘This Morning’ hosts, “So perhaps there is a compromise of pleasing everybody, and my suggestion is let’s talk about him, let’s celebrate him through his music. If there is something to be done, possibly look at Abbey Road Studios, or a studio in north London, maybe a plaque… something simple and understated.” She concluded saying that George would be flattered but the family wishes need to be considered first of all.