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Thursday 26 November 2015

George Michael finishes 'best ever' record

Published 24/04/2012

George Michael
George Michael

George Michael has finished work on his "best dance record ever".

The singer was hospitalised with pneumonia in Austria last year while performing a series of shows for the first time in three years.

George is now back to health and getting his music career back on track. He has promised that his comeback will be an impressive one.

"Ok my lovelies, WHITE LIGHT is done and dusted! Am I allowed to say it may be the best dance record I've ever made....! (sic)" he wrote on his Twitter page.

"Finished it today..... :)"

At the beginning of the month, George updated his fans on his progress with White Light. The 48-year-old British star couldn't wait to tell fans of his plans to produce the track.

"Yesterday I began to write a song called White Light. It's for all of you, for everyone who prayed for me, for every one of you who has prayed for me, for every person who has stopped me in the streets to ask me how I'm doing, you have made me feel so blessed (sic)," he previously wrote.

"And I promise you it's a blinder. :)"

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga has taken to the social networking site to update fans on her recent escapades.

The singer is currently in Korea preparing for her upcoming world concert, the Born This Way Ball, and is enjoying downtime in between arduous rehearsals.

Gaga has compared letting loose in her hotel room to the famed keep fit videos that Jane Fonda appeared in.

"I just had a major Jane Fonda moment in my hotel room. Some sort of Asian aerobic fusion dance to techno music. #YES (sic)," she exclaimed.

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