George Michael's 1984 hit knocks John Lennon's Imagine off the top spot for the first time in three years.Read the full story ›
The service in Bushey, Hertfordshire - where he grew up - was attended by fans from around the world.Read the full story ›
The painting of the late singer was auctioned to help raise funds for HIV and Aids prevention and awareness.Read the full story ›
The former Wham! star was found dead at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, on Christmas Day.Read the full story ›
Former Wham! bandmate Andrew Ridgeley, accompanied by Pepsi and Shirlie, have paid tribute to George Michael at the Brits.
Ridgeley described his friend as "a supernova in a ferment of shining stars" in an emotional speech honouring the star.
Fighting to hold back the tears Shirlie added: "George was like a brother to me. And will always be ..."
She said: "His wonderful way with words spoke to everyone. And his beautiful voice will live on forever as a gift to us all."
Coldplay's Chris Martin also played a musical tribute to Michael with a beautiful rendition of the late star's 'A Different Corner'.
Brit Award nominee James Arthur has told ITV News that he thinks the "whole" of tonight's award should be dedicated to former Wham! star George Michael.
Describing Michael's recent death as a sad loss he paid tribute to the late star's "unapologetic" artistry and said "everything about him was inspiring".
Arthur whose single Say You Won't Let Go has been nominated in both the Best British Single and Best British Artist video categories added: "This whole thing should be dedicated to him."
In a post on Twitter, Fadi Fawaz shared a photo of a rose in front of a man's face with the caption: "Unhappy Valentines Dead."Read the full story ›
Jo Maidment said she wishes she could have been able to personally thank the singer for his generosity before he died.Read the full story ›
Fadi Fawaz said that tweets on his account about Michael's death were not posted by him.Read the full story ›
The post-mortem examination into the cause of George Michael's death has proved "inconclusive and further tests will now be carried out", police have said.
The 53-year-old was found dead at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, on Christmas Day.
The singer's publicist said his family and friends had been "touched beyond words" by the "incredible outpouring of love" from fans, adding there were no suspicious circumstances around his death.
Following the post-mortem which was carried out on Thursday, Thames Valley Police released a statement on Friday: "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."