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Wham! Reunion Rumours Are Untrue

Written by Marc Zanotti on June 21, 2012

It was just yesterday that Music Feeds reported on the circulating rumours that George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley could possibly reform for a special one-off 30th Anniversary Wham! Reunion Show. However, almost as quickly as speculation arose, the gossip was thwarted in a recent report by The Guardian, stating that no such reunion will take place.

The article claims that a spokeswoman for Michael has declared there is “no truth” to the rumours that Wham! will be celebrating the 30th Anniversary since Wham! Rap entered the charts in 1982 with either a one-time gig or an extended tour.

The Guardian report points out that the Mirror article accredits an ‘insider’ as the source of information. Meanwhile, Michael’s team insists this is just another unfounded rumour of Wham! reuniting.

Michael will, however, be releasing a new solo single titled White Light in August.

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