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"I mean, it's George Michael, I love him, he means a lot to me, so I apologize if I offended anyone anywhere."
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His medley featured songs by George Michael, Leonard Cohen, Bowie, Prince, and more.
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We've lost those we've never heard of and those we worshipped from afar. The famous and the
infamous. Those whose poetry and music and performances and stories and athletic prowess and acts of heroism and sacrifice we admired. We counted on them to help us get through the trials and tribulations of our lives.
What is it about the loss of childhood figures and teenage icons that seems to rock us to our core? It struck me that these memories from our past, brought up by the untimely passing of our idols, finds us transported back to a place and time before all of the real, hard to process sadness was let in; a time before grab em by the pussy, before nightclub shootings, and school shootings, and so many shootings.
His hits included "Last Christmas" and "Freedom."
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