In an interview on ‘Parkinson’, George Michael reopened wounds with Sir Elton John, after the singer said he was wasting his talent and that there was a “deep-rooted unhappiness in his life.” Michael said, “Nobody wants to shunt another car or be found asleep behind the wheel. But they’re not life-changing events. Unfortunately every artist nowadays has a soap opera and it’s decided where they’re going to be in that. The trajectory of my particular soap opera launched from that statement Elton made about 18 months ago when he hadn’t seen me for years. For some reason, from that point on, I’ve been trying to prove that I’m not (really miserable). That unfortunately made me really vulnerable to the press.”
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