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Feb 25, 2017 7:37PM EST
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February 2017's episode gets 5 stars for me because they did the most heartfelt tribute to the late George Michael. Andrew Ridgeley, Pepsi and Shirlie struggled to read out their thoughts and feelings on losing their beloved friend and I just cried throughout, especially, when Shirlie struggled to keep her composure. I think Chris Martin is a genius but when they then played George Michael singing, that was me in floods of tears, his smooth, strong, pitch perfect voice, for me, surpassed everyone in his generation and although it was hard to watch him on video knowing we won't ever see him live on stage again, it felt like, finally, a real tribute by people who knew him for most of their lives, had been done.

If anyone is interested, Andrew, Pepsi and Shirlie were later interviewed in Shirlie's dressing room by her son Roman Kemp (Capital Radio) and that was sweet as George was his godfather. It's online, easily found.

February 2017's episode gets 5 stars for me because they did the most heartfelt tribute to the late George Michael. Andrew Ridgeley, Pepsi and Shirlie struggled to read out their thoughts and feelings on losing their beloved friend and I just cried throughout, especially, when Shirlie struggled to keep her composure. I think Chris Martin is a genius but when they then played George Michael singing, that was me in floods of tears, his smooth, strong, pitch perfect voice, for me, surpassed everyone in his generation and although it was hard to watch him on video knowing we won't ever see him live on stage again, it felt like, finally, a real tribute by people who knew him for most of their lives, had been done.

If anyone is interested, Andrew, Pepsi and Shirlie were later interviewed in Shirlie's dressing room by her son Roman Kemp (Capital Radio) and that was sweet as George was his godfather. It's online, easily found.