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    Fri, 22 Jun 2012 09:41:21

    No Wham! Reunion - George Michael has dismissed the rumors

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    Rumors that Wham! would reunite for their 30th anniversary of their first hit have been dismissed by George Michael, one-half of the duo, which split in 1986.

    "I wish I could say it was true but these are just rumors. George is touring on his own and he is releasing an album. Yes, this is a denial," said Michael's rep to The Daily Mail.

    Michael became a huge pop star, post-Wham!, but people still remember his work with Andrew Ridgeley with fondness. Did this denial just ruin your day?

    —Carly Costello
    06.22.12



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