Archive video captures George Michael, David Bowie together
In the wake of George Michael's sudden death, video has resurfaced of him with another music legend who passed away in 2016 – David Bowie.
In the wake of George Michael's sudden death on Christmas Day, archive video has resurfaced of him with another music legend who passed away in 2016 – David Bowie.
The rehearsal footage from a 1992 Freddie Mercury tribute concert shows Michael performing 'Somebody to Love'.
About three minutes in, the camera cuts to Bowie, who is standing to the side of stage nodding in time to the music, in obvious admiration of Michael.
In another video, Michael can be seen singing along to Bowie's duet of 'Under Pressure' with Annie Lennox.
The tribute show was held at London's Wembley Stadium in April 1992, raising funds for AIDS Awareness.
Along with Michael, Bowie and Lennox, stars like Seal, Elton John, Axl Rose and Liza Minnelli performed Queen songs accompanied by the remaining members of the band.
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