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I have never thought about my sexuality being right or wrong. To me it has always been a case of finding the right person.

I have never thought about my sexuality being right or wrong. To me it has always been a case of finding the right person.

You'll never find peace of mind until you listen to your heart. ---->>>

I have never felt any ethnic connection between the Greeks and me other than how hairy I am. ---->>>

If someone really wants to hurt you, they'll find a way whatever. I don't want to live my life worrying about it. ---->>>

I had to walk away from America, and say goodbye to the biggest part of my career, because I knew otherwise my demons would get the better of me. ---->>>

I still believe that music is one of the greatest gifts that God gave to man. ---->>>

I'm surprised that I've survived my own dysfunction, really. ---->>>

The whole business is built on ego, vanity, self-satisfaction, and it's total crap to pretend it's not. ---->>>

Celebrity and secrets don't go together. The bastards will get you in the end. ---->>>

The truth is my love life has been a lot more turbulent than I have let on.

The truth is my love life has been a lot more turbulent than I have let on.

Everything was going my way. I was happily marching into the history books. Then it all just fell apart. ---->>>

I don't consider Americans bullies, but I do consider the American government bullying. ---->>>

I went through a long period where I was afraid of doing things I wanted to do, and you get your courage back, which is what's important. ---->>>

It's only when the kids are in their late twenties that families really face up to what they are. ---->>>

Even though it's become a really cliched thing to see musicians working for charity, it's still effective and it still has to be done. ---->>>

I define my sexuality in terms of the people that I love. ---->>>

I am really not interested or excited by repeating former successes. ---->>>

It's almost required with major artists that there's some duality. And I've got duality everywhere. ---->>>

I think the media is a real demon. ---->>>

There is no such thing as a reluctant star.

There is no such thing as a reluctant star.

I watch people who are not driven by creativity any more, and I think how dull it must be to produce the same kind of thing. If you don't feel you're reaching something new, then don't do it. ---->>>

I never minded being thought of as a pop star. People have always thought I wanted to be seen as a serious musician, but I didn't, I just wanted people to know that I was absolutely serious about pop music. ---->>>

I have the audience I deserve. Or at least I have the audience that represents the kind of people that I like. ---->>>

I went to prison, I paid my bill. ---->>>

I've been very well remunerated for my talents over the years so I really don't need the public's money. ---->>>

I don't want to look at other people my age in leather. Why would I put it on? ---->>>

I know I have a very self-destructive tendency since my mother died, I have got to be honest. ---->>>

It's important to me that I should be free to express myself. ---->>>

You can't imagine what it's like playing to people who have been loyal to you for 25 years and haven't seen you for 15. ---->>>

I can't bear Catholicism. ---->>>

I don't have joy in watching myself, whereas, actually, I quite like listening to my own music. ---->>>

I want to make a pop album - something more upbeat than my stuff was in the '90s. ---->>>

I would advise any gay person that being out in the real sense can never happen too soon. ---->>>

My depression at the end of Wham! was because I was beginning to realise I was gay, not bi. ---->>>

My ego is sated. ---->>>

I have got other interests than just making music. I would like to follow those interests through. ---->>>

I have to believe that somebody up there thinks I've still got some work to do. ---->>>

I left school at 17 and was a star by the time I was 18 - in certain parts of the world anyway. ---->>>

I write about my life. ---->>>

I'm not a novelty act from the '80s in most parts of the world. ---->>>

I'm the luckiest writer on earth. ---->>>

Of course, I want to sell this record - there's no point making it otherwise. ---->>>

Stars are almost always people that want to make up for their own weaknesses by being loved by the public and I'm no exception to that. ---->>>

The media has affected everybody's consciousness much more than most people will admit. ---->>>

There's no comfort in the truth, pain is all you'll find. ---->>>

It's absolutely essential that we have the same safeguards that straight couples do. But I want more than a 50 percent chance of success. I don't want to emulate that. ---->>>

The '90s were a bit of a disaster for me in so many ways. On a personal level, I don't think I could have toured. Also, I had some physical problems with my back that are now sorted and I just wasn't in the right state of mind. ---->>>

Because of the media, the way the world is perceived is as a place where resources and time are running out. We're taught that you have to grab what you can before it's gone. It's almost as if there isn't time for compassion. ---->>>

I do want people to know that the songs that I wrote when I was with women were really about women. And the songs that I've written since have been fairly obvious about men. ---->>>

My American gay audience have continued to dance and sing to the music I make in a way that straight Americans haven't. I am grateful to them for that. ---->>>

The fact I had my father as an adversary was such a powerful tool to work with. I subconsciously fought him to the degree that I drove me to be one of the most successful musician in the world. ---->>>

I think for most of us, our biggest frailties are sexual. ---->>>

With pop stars or film stars, we become the object of people's self-definition, as well as the object of sexual definition. ---->>>

English people have seen me get through scandals. ---->>>

I don't really think that there is anyone in the modern pop business who I feel I want to spar with. ---->>>

I've achieved what every artist wants, which is that some of their work will outlive them. ---->>>

I am a political person, though not with a big P. ---->>>

I find it too terrifying to go out in L.A. ---->>>

I have more love, success, and security than I could ever dream of. ---->>>

I mean, I've done different things at different times that I shouldn't have done, once or twice, you know. ---->>>

I spent years growing up being told what my sexuality was. ---->>>

I'm just not security-minded. ---->>>

I'm lucky to be alive. ---->>>

I'm not anti-American. I've lived with Kenny, a Texan, for six years. ---->>>

I've always been the porky boy in my head. ---->>>

I've written a whole body of work that I'm incredibly proud of. ---->>>

If I can just live further from the spotlight I think that'll be better for all really. ---->>>

I really have no plans for any kind of career in TV or anything, but if I wanted to become good at it, I could. But I don't really think it's in the cards. ---->>>

I've never done anything so political before. I've spent years shouting my mouth off about serious issues over dinner tables but never really had the confidence to express my views in a song. ---->>>

Your political system is actually too democratic. The fact that Americans vote on every bill and proposition can prolong bigotry indefinitely, especially where it is aimed at minority groups. ---->>>


Nationality: British
Born: 06-25, 1963
Birthplace: in London, England, The United Kingdom
Die: 2016-12-25
Occupation: Musician

Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, (Greek: Γεώργιος Κυριάκος Παναγιώτου; Greek pronunciation: [ʝeˈorʝos kiriˈakos panaʝiˈotu]) (25 June 1963 – 25 December 2016), known professionally as George Michael, was an English singer, songwriter, record producer, and philanthropist who rose to fame as a member of the music duo Wham! He was best known for his work in the 1980s and 1990s, including hit singles such as "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" and "Last Christmas", and albums such as Faith (1987) and Listen Without Prejudice Vol (wikipedia)