Wham!'s Andrew Ridgeley still has "a number of questions" about George Michael's death

music news 08/10/2019

Andrew Ridgeley, wellknown for being the other half of Wham! has open up about how he feels about his former bandmate and close friend's death.

George Michael died aged 53 on Christmas Day 2016, at his home in Oxfordshire. The coroner ruled that his death was due to a heart condition, and not suspicious.

However, in his new autobiography, George and Me, Andrew wrote: "He seemed to be in good health and there are conflicting reports surrounding that night that preceded his passing."

"That the circumstances of his death seemed unclear only compounded the distress. Without any real closure the grieving seemed terribly raw."

"A heart condition was eventually recorded as the cause of death, but there are still a number of questions."

"It now seems as if we may never know what really happened."

Ridgeley added: "We don’t like our lives being monitored, so when someone dies alone, perhaps there are always answers that remain out of reach."

"It still feels uncomfortable though."

God knows what it must be like for George’s family.