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A private funeral was held privately for singer George Michael in London. It seemed like only yesterday when he gave us a tour of his home in The Oprah Winfrey Show. People were surprised how this was very different from the other celebrity homes that have designer kitchens. It was a traditional home that Michael fondly called ‘dear and beautiful’. He spent his last days in here.
And now, he will finally be at peace at last as family and friends say their final goodbyes to the singer. While the rest of the world may already have forgotten the songs that he made popular at the height of his career, some on the other hand will forever keep him in his heart as seen from the flowers that they left at his home.
It was one of those high-profile funerals where several luxury cars with black windows came to grace the final farewell at the Highgate Cemetery in north London. According to British media, Michael’s mother was also buried in here.
The £10million Highgate mansion will be passed on to Michael’s sister, 55-year old hairdresser Melanie. She says that she remembers having spent some wonderful times in here together with his brother Michael. According to a reliable source, this should already not come as a surprise since Melanie and Michael share a special bond together. There’s still no word if she has plans to renovate it or make upgrades to the home similar to the designer kitchens in other celebrity houses.
Meanwhile, Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz tried to attend the funeral but failed miserably. He found out about it the last minute and rushed in to see the singer but was refused entry by the family of Michael. On another note, his former lover Kenny Goss was welcomed like that of a true family, where the ex was able to attend both the funeral and the wake.
As for the coroner’s report, sorry to break your imagination running wild but final verdict says it’s all due to natural causes.