hysteria' had been made on Michael's website in August, with a post on his official Facebook page saying: 'George is personally seeking rare Wham!
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Minutes from a full council meeting held last month revealed councillor Catherine Hall expressed misgivings that no confirmation had yet been received from Mrs Daniels about sponsorship or backing from Mr Michael’s family or estate.
Mrs Daniels, however, told the Oxford Mail she was waiting for the go-ahead from councillors to approach the family and intended to launch a crowd-funding campaign for the sculpture, adding she had already had a ‘sizeable chunk’ donated anonymously.
Mackenzie wants to get Harper into a private school, and asks George to attend a meeting with the headmistress Ms.
George Michael was born in London, England, on June 25, 1963. In 1998, Michael announced that he was gay after being arrested for lewd conduct in a public restroom.
In 1984, the duo had their first worldwide hit with "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." Two years later, Michael went solo, releasing a hit debut album , which has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide.
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The singer’s connection to South Oxfordshire ran deep and, following his death, the superstar was revealed as the mystery benefactor behind a £10,000 donation to the hard-fought campaign to save Thrupp Lake in Radley, after RWE npower won permission to dump ash in the water.