All of your favorite '90s It Girls sent a special message to the late musician on social media

On Christmas Day, George Michael passed away at the young age of 53. And while he, like many music icons we lost this year, was undeniably taken from us too soon, we can take comfort in the enduring legacy that he has left behind.

A legacy that of course includes a music video that totally shaped the ’90s and galvanized our modern definition of “supermodels“: (much to Kendall and Gigi’s chagrin), “Freedom ’90.” This song came to not only be a LGBTQ anthem, but also featured some of the biggest faces in modeling of all time, each of whom took to social media to pay tribute to the late singer.

Cindy Crawford shared a clip of the two at the VMAs, writing, “Feeling very honored to have been part of #GeorgeMichael‘s #Freedom90 video. His bravery inspired all of us. RIP George ”

Naomi Campbell also expressed how much the musician will be missed, saying, “#my condolences to the family and loved ones , you will never know how many lives you touched with your soulful voice and your fight for LGBT rights . Stand Tall George the Angels are awaiting you !!! May you Rest In Peace #freedom90.”

She posted a moving head shot of the singer as well, dubbing him “the man with the Golden Angelic Voice.”

Linda Evangelista also wrote an intimate tribute, saying, “I am beyond heartbroken and devastated by another tragic loss. R.I.P. dearest Georgy. #GeorgeMichael #ripgeorgemichael”

Tatjana Patitz wrote, “RIP ?? Farewell Dear George. Thank you for your voice and talent and being a big part of my youth. #georgemichael #farewell

And finally, from that original group of ’90s supers, Christy Turlington also expressed her condolences, writing, “It’s a blue Christmas without you #GeorgeMichael Thank you for your soulful music and open heart.”

But of course, these aren’t the only people who were directly touched by George Micheal’s “Freedom.” This summer, Zachary Quinto brought back this musical masterpiece, playing the role of Michael on Lip Sync Battle with a special bathtub appearance from Cindy herself.

And just in September, Vogue also took it upon themselves to reprise the video, recasting this gaggle of lip-syncing models with some of the hottest new faces in the business, including Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, Taylor Hill, and Irina Shayk.

So it seems only fitting that one of the girls from that remake, Adriana Lima, would also take to Instagram to express her sadness over the loss of this musical legend, writing, “cannot believe the sad news about George Michael passing away.. You and your music will forever live in my HEART…”

But as we should all remember throughout the final six days of this unbelievably trying year, in the wise words of George himself, “Gotta have some faith in the sound, It’s the one good thing that [we’ve] got.”

What do you think of these supermodel tributes? Which George Michael song is your favorite?