Fans to hear about what life was really like for George Michael for first time | ITV News

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There’s no doubt that George Michael’s songs still have people singing along when they’re played on the radio.

His unmistakable voice, impactful lyrics and powerful presence on stage firmly cemented him as one’s the country’s greatest musicians.

For the first time, fans will get to hear about what was life was really like for George, living as a celebrity, finding happiness and dealing with grief.

‘Freedom Uncut’ will be out in cinemas on June 22 and is narrated by George himself. The singer had been working on it up until he died on Christmas Day in 2016.

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