Dating george michael
Having been re-shot, the film airs 9pm on Monday 16 October (TONIGHT) on Channel 4.
Kenny Goss, whom George Michael dated for 13 years and once intended to marry, says he is grief-stricken after the British singer’s sudden death this weekend. He was a major part of my life and I loved him very, very much.” Michael died Sunday at 53 from what his publicist told PEOPLE was heart failure.
After George Michael passed away on Christmas day last year, parts of Freedom were re-shot out of respect for the Careless Whisper icon.
The doc will now include the star’s death, and reportedly features a whole host of “major” stars – from Sir Elton John and Stevie Wonder to Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington.
However, with George’s solo career beginning to take off and his profile dwarfing that of his co-star, Wham! George described the breakup split as "the most amicable split in pop history,” and they bid goodbye to their fans with a huge farewell show at Wembley Stadium.
Thames Valley Police said an ambulance attended the singer's home property in Goring, Oxfordshire, at 1.42pm on Christmas Day, adding that his death was being treated as "unexplained but not suspicious".
These include Martin Kemp's children Roman and Harley, his cousin Andros' two children, and Geri Halliwell's daughter Bluebell, whose actual godfather is George's ex partner Kenny Goss.
It is also expected that his boyfriend Fadi, as well as his sisters Melanie and Yioda could also get a cut from the estate.
The star became embroiled in numerous controversies throughout his career, with George arrested for “engaging in a lewd act” in California in 1998, and admitting that he cruised for anonymous sex on Hampstead Heath in 2006.
In 1996, he entered into a long-term relationship with Kenny Goss, with the pair coming close to a civil partnership in 2005.
Although they split in 2009, George and Kenny are thought to have become close again in the weeks leading up to the singer’s death.
He was also arrested several times for drug-related offences and described his use of cannabis as a problem in a 2007 interview.
That year he had been banned from driving after pleading guilty to driving while unfit through drugs.
Since his death, it has been revealed that George left an estimated fortune of £105million.