The veteran singer is planning to close out his tour with a bang by planning to perform again with his former bandmate on his final two shows in August.
George Michael seems set to end his touring career in an unforgettable way by preparing to treat his fans at his upcoming final two shows, to be held at the Earls Court, London, on August 24 & 25, with a special performance. According to the latest news George is planning to tap his fellow band mate on Wham!, Andrew Ridgeley to take the stage together at those concerts.
The news was revealed by a source who told TheSun.co.uk saying, "George is planning a series of surprises for his final shows." Moreover, confirming about the plan to reunite with his bandmate, the source added, "He's keeping his cards close to his chest, but many are predicting that he'll reunite with Andrew to sing a track or two."
Unfortunately the truth about the news still remains a question after George's representative refuses to confirm it. The representative even claimed that the plan could not happen since Andrew has already retired from the music industry. Meanwhile, previously the "Faith" hit maker has also stated to the press that his last two shows will mark the end of his touring career.
Wham! were a famous duo formed in 1981 by George and Andrew which managed to sell about 20 million albums throughout their musical career. Unfortunately, the duo don't last that long as they decided to split in 1986 because of George's ambition to expand his solo career.