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The Rolling Stones charge £5 million to perform at weddings.

ASBO for buskers who only knew two songs

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Wham! star 'stone cold sober'

George Michael insisted last night that he was "stone cold sober" when he was arrested at the scene of a car crash yesterday morning.

We love you, George, but you don't make it easy for us

Once again the singer gets a rough ride at the hands of the red-top newspapers thanks to his latest car incident, but for how much longer will his fans hold on to their sympathy, wonders Simon Price

George Michael quizzed after car crash

Pop singer George Michael was arrested after his car was involved in a collision, it emerged.

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Even some Manchester United fans seem glad to see the back of Ronaldo. But Susannah Frankel is mourning

George Michael, Earls Court, London

When George Michael walked on to the stage at London's Earls Court, in one of the final dates of his two-year farewell tour, he told fans that they were lucky to see a show that he had practised 103 times. He was right: this was big-budget showmanship at its best.

George Michael plays "final" major shows

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