The supermodels featured in the “Freedom ‘90” music video are among the many celebrities sharing memories of George Michael, who died of heart failure yesterday at the age of 53. Back in 1990, Michael was one of the world’s biggest pop stars, but he didn’t like all the attention that accompanied that fame. He refused to do photo shoots or star in music videos to promote the album Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1. Instead, he cast Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Tatjana Patitz, as well as several male models, to appear in the video for “Freedom ’90.” Each supermodel was given a section of the song to lip sync. Watch the video here:

In an Instagram post yesterday, Naomi Campbell expressed condolences to George Michael’s family and loved ones: “You will never know how many lives you touched with your soulful voice and your fight for LGBT rights.” She also shared a shot of herself with Crawford, Evangelista and Turlington, saying “#freedom90 was an honor.”

Cindy Crawford shared a video clip of herself presenting with George Michael at the MTV Video Music Awards, saying how honored she was to be a part of the “Freedom ‘90” video, and writing “His bravery inspired all of us. RIP George.”

Linda Evangelista posted a black-and-white pic of herself, Christy Turlington and the singer, and said she was “beyond heartbroken and devastated by another tragic loss.” Turlington shared her own tribute, sharing a shot of herself from the “Freedom ‘90” video with the note, “Thank you for your soulful music and open heart.”

German model Tatjana Patitz posted a headshot of George Michael, accompanied by the message, “Farewell Dear George. Thank you for your voice and talent and being a big part of my youth.”

“Gotta have some faith in the sound; It’s the one good thing that I’ve got.” - George Michael

I am beyond heartbroken and devastated by another tragic loss. R.I.P. dearest Georgy. #GeorgeMichael #ripgeorgemichael

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It’s a blue Christmas without you #GeorgeMichael Thank you for your soulful music and open heart 🙏🏽

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