Celebrities react shocked on the death of George Michael
Many celebrities will respond in the night from Sunday to Monday shocked on the death of pop singer George Michael.
“Since going solo, he is the tienerimago of Wham! be outgrown. He has absolutely beautiful plates made, with a God forgive voice,” says music connoisseur Leo Blokhuis.
According to Blokhuis, Michael always against a lot of prejudices to fight, and he was later not afraid to take things into his plates to appoint. “He was busy with new work, and I was curious how that would look like,” says Cabin. George Michael had started to make a documentary :in which he much would tell, that was interesting”.
Elton John, with whom Michael song Don t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, says “in shock”. “I have a valuable friend is lost. The nicest, friendliest person and a brilliant artist. My thoughts go out to his family and fans.”
Also the British pop band Duran Duran is stunned at his death. “Once again, a great talent lost. All our love and sympathy to his family.” Singer Bryan Adam: “I can’t believe it. Such a great singer and a great person. Much to young to leave us.”
Guitarist Nile Rodgers calls Michael an “absolute genius”. “My sincere condolences go out to your family, David, Michael and your entire team.”
Brian May of the band Queen the death of Michael not to believe. “It can’t be true”, he lets his followers know. “I’m very moved.” In 1992, worked for George Michael with Queen together. They did live the Queen classic Somebody To Love. That happened during a tribute concert for Freddie Mercury. The song also appeared on an EP.
Also Gary Numan, best known for the hits Cars and Are Friends Electric, is shocked. “George Michael, Oh no”, he writes. Singer Gloria Gaynor extends its condolences in a tweet, the relatives of the British singer.
The group OneRepublic calls Michael a legend. “You died much too young. We listen to Last Christmas now.”
Singer George Michael (53) died