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How Did George Michael Die? Gone Too Soon!

George Michael’s childhood friend thinks he may have been greatly affected by the death of his beloved. In 1991, at the age of 27 years old, Michael met his future husband, Anselmo Feleppa.

In the past, the musician has admitted that he found out his boyfriend had a terminal illness soon after they first met. Feleppa died in 1993 from an “aids-related illness,” which was a tragic death.

In 2022, the late singer George Michael would have turned 59 years old. An in-depth documentary honoring his life and work will premiere this summer. Read on to find out more about George Michael’s passing and the upcoming documentary George Michael: Freedom Uncut.

Exactly What Caused George Michael’s Death?

On Christmas morning of 2016, George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz discovered his body in bed at the singer’s home in Oxfordshire. The famous hairdresser explained, “We were supposed to be going for Christmas lunch.

When I went to shake him awake, he was fast asleep in bed. We have no idea what happened at this point. George and I were both anticipating the holiday season despite the recent complications.

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In a March 7th, 2017 report, Darren Salter, the senior coroner for Oxfordshire, confirmed the cause of death. George passed away from natural causes due to dilated cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, and fatty liver.

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When Did George Michael Come Out?

In the past, George Michael had told his Wham! partner Andrew Ridgeley that he was bisexual, but he eventually came to terms with the fact that he was, in fact, gay. In 1992, he began dating fashion designer Anselmo Feleppa, who would pass away the following year.

Michael began dating ex-steward Kenny Goss in 1996, but it wasn’t until 1998 that his sexuality was revealed. The singer was taken into custody in 1998 after being caught engaging in a lewd act in a Los Angeles public restroom.

After being arrested, Michael finally admitted his sexual orientation to the world. In the interview with CNN where he came out as gay, he said, “With pop stars or film stars, we become the object of people’s self-definition, as well as the object of sexual definition.

For some reason, it’s reassuring to believe that you can distinguish a gay person from a straight one. And if someone is on the edge, as I’ve always felt I am in terms of how I come across to others, then…”

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As he continued, “I’m a very proud man. I just want everyone to know that my sexual orientation has not been revealed to anyone. In my mind, there is no reason to feel guilty about… However, I do not feel any remorse for my lack of self-control in allowing my sexuality to be exposed in this manner. Neither do I feel the need to apologize for it.

After Locating George Michael, What Did Fadi Fawaz Say When He Dialed 999?

Fawaz spent nearly an hour trying to wake the star before calling for an ambulance, as evidenced by a dramatic 999 call he made after discovering Michael’s body and which was leaked online. I’ve been trying to wake him up for the past hour but I haven’t been successful,” Fadi is heard saying.

Obviously, he left. A true blue guy. It’s over; he’s left. After being asked where George’s corpse is, Fadi explains, “He’s in bed,” to the handler’s satisfaction. Dead.

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He’s blue from the cold, and he’s very stiff. We can confirm that “He’s dead… he’s dead.” The operator asks Fadi if the singer is “beyond help,” and Fadi admits that he has spent the past hour trying to bring him back to life.

The operator goes on to ask if George’s death was “expected”. Fadi responds, “No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, I went to wake him up and he was gone


Michael died of heart disease on Christmas Day in 2016, at his home in Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

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Karan Sirari
Karan Sirari
I've worked as both a writer and a public speaker. Originating in India, my travels have taken me all over the world. I have a master's degree in public communication from the University of California, and I enjoy writing about notable figures in a variety of fields.


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