Pop star George Michael was airlifted to a London hospital last week after what was described as a "car accident" on a the M1 motorway. Now it's emerged that Michael was not exactly involved in a car accident — he just fell out of one.A UK driver named Katherine Fox told The Sun that she skidded to a stop after seeing the singer tumble out of the passenger side of a Range Rover."I asked what had gone on and was told he tried to open the car door and shut it again because it wasn’t shut...Read Full Story
(via YouTube)George Michael is returning to the music scene for the first time since 2004, and with a supermodel's help, no less. British Vogue confirmed yesterday that he's returning with a music video for his new single "White Light," starring none other than British babe Kate Moss. Sadly, we'll have to wait until the single is released July 17th to see the full Michael + Moss collab. But for now, check out this music video trailer which looks, um, epic (especially the ginormous fur coat...Read Full Story
The late, great saxophonist Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen. (Getty Images)If political success was based primarily on one's ability to play a mean sax solo, Kenny G would have been our 42nd president, not Bill Clinton. Alas, there's apparently more to running the United States than just musical abilities (which is probably a good thing). Speaking of good things, here's a list of the most amazing sax solos in music history. Yeah, we digressed a bit. Deal with it. M83 - "Midnight City...Read Full Story
George Michael is a British singer-songwriter who has been in the public eye for almost a quarter of a century. His 1987 album "Faith" has sold over 20 million copies worldwide.