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George Michael: The Lone Star State

Adrian Deevoy, Q, June 1988

His second career is already more succesful than his first. His spry and winning pop songs have a greater-than-average life expectancy. He is uncountably wealthy. And he's only 24 years old. George Michael talks about the extraordinary rewards and the soul-destroying side-effects of striking out on his own. "I can cope a lot better than I could before," he tells Adrian Deevoy.

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