Fans mourning the loss of George Michael may be getting the concert of a lifetime as a star-studded tribute gig to the singer is reportedly in the works.

According to The Sun, friends of George are all lining up to pay tribute to the late artist in a memorial concert to raise money for charity.

Stars like Elton John and Bob Geldof, George’s 'Wham!' bandmate Andrew Ridgeley, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey and supermodel friends Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, who appeared in his video for 'Freedom 90', have all allegedly put themselves forward to take part in the inevitable tribute.

"It’s early stages yet but George’s pals are determined to deliver a send-off to remember for him," a source told The Sun. "It’s likely to be in the form of a memorial concert and to raise money for the causes close to George’s heart including nurses and LGBT rights."

"George was a dear friend to so many people, and there is no way that they will let him go without a send-off fit for a music legend. He made friends across the worlds of music, acting, modelling, charitable work and the impact he had fighting for LGBT rights. Everyone is heartbroken, he had an impact on so many peoples’ lives."