George Michael ruled out ABBA-style avatar show because Tupac’s hologram is ‘s***’

David Austin, George Michael’s close friend and collaborator, said the team discussed creating a hologram of George before his death in 2016.

George Michael ruled out ABBA-style avatar show because Tu Pac's hologram was's***'
George Michael ruled out ABBA-style avatar show because Tu Pac’s hologram was ‘s***’

George Michael has ruled out ever starring in an ABBA-style avatar show because Tupac’s hologram is “s***”.

His close friend and collaborator David Austin said the team discussed creating a hologram of George before his death in 2016.

Now, David swears “never” for George to be described as such.

“We were thinking about doing something at the Royal Albert Hall,” he said. We had an idea: in the middle of Fastlove, where the rain was falling in the video, we looked at a hologram in the middle of the Royal Albert Hall that we thought would blow everyone away.

“I had all these guys flirt with me – and they did Tupac holograms.







George’s collaborator doesn’t want to see his friend as a hologram on stage
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“I went to look at a lot of them and they were damned. They are really poor. It just doesn’t work. ”

Speaking at the premiere of the documentary George Michael Freedom: Uncut, ahead of its release next week, David said he was eager to see ABBA’s East London show. “Obviously they threw loads of money at it and it got stuck with lots of hits,” he said.

However, he said: “The problem with holograms is that people are not participating unconsciously. They know it’s a hologram and once they’ve seen it, people are using their phones. I just saw Michael Jackson’s stuff in New York and it looks like an act of tribute. ”

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Paul O’Grady







Paul made a strange discovery
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Is it a preserved braid from a primitive scissor artist or is it possible that Paul O’Grady tampered with Kent’s very own Pandora’s Box?

The TV presenter discovered a jar of hair soaked in salt water while digging on his farm. He cautiously notes: “I have not opened it and do not intend to do so.

“Actually, I’m going to bury it again because it’s not only weird but also a bit creepy.”

Other celebrities have been alarmed.

TV chef Andi Oliver said: “It’s definitely some old magic. Sorry !! ”

Radio 2’s Zoe Ball said: “This is like something from Tales of the unexpected. Mary Lou’s pigtails are buried to yield a bountiful harvest.”

Paul took it to a nearby log, where he buried it. “I don’t stand a chance,” he said.

Calvin Harris






Calvin shared his favorite DJ experience

He’s a multi-millionaire DJ who has hosted popular festivals, hosted a Las Vegas life, and lives on the island of Ibiza.

But for Calvin Harris, the biggest gig was playing on a Liverpool FC bus.

The Reds fan described his four hours of setup at last month’s parade as “the most unreal experience of my entire life”.

It is only raised high when they run out of power and while on the move, has to run cables from a fireworks truck to keep his deck going. “I like,“ Let’s raise it to 11! ,” he told Capital radio. Imagine if they actually won the Champions League the night before…

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