Watch a heartbreaking clip from George Michael documentary Freedom

11 October 2017, 16:32

George Michael performing in 1985

George Michael made many superstars fans of his during his glittering career.

And as this clip from an upcoming documentary shows, his music meant a huge deal to his fellow singers, including Stevie Wonder and Sir Elton John.

The clip comes from the film George Michael: Freedom, which airs on Channel 4 on Monday night.

Sir Elton, Stevie Wonder, Mark Ronson and others listen back to George's classic cover of Wonder's 'They Won't Go When I Go', from his 1990 album Listen Without Prejudice Vol 1.

It is an emotional listen for Sir Elton and others, who reflect on George's remarkable career.

George Michael: Freedom is George's final work, and will give fans a closer look into his world. It is produced, edited and narrated by the singer, and follows the five-year period in his life that saw him fall in love, make his second solo album Listen Without Prejudice Vol 1, and his battle with Sony Music.

 

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