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(Enjoy What You Do)" and the verse and chorus of "Careless Whisper," which just barely managed to get them signed. toured the world, De Macque recalled the joy of listening to his "stunning, pitch perfect voice" every night.
Through tears, Holliman said, "George was like a brother to me and I will always be so proud of his incredible achievement."Ridgeley wrapped the trio's teary tribute by asserting Michael's place in the all-time pop pantheon.
He said: "Two weeks later we arrange to meet at the Camden Palace for a date.
He was so generous - not just financially with his friends but emotionally."He would sit and listen and you could talk to him for hours about anything or anyone.
“My dad found it later and took it out and made me play it for him.
Do what makes you happy.’” He said his early songwriting days were not a success: “I wrote this song that had about two chords and it just went something like, ‘Girl, I love her, she loves me...’ I screwed it up and threw it in the bin.Joined by Helen "Pepsi" De Macque & Shirlie Holliman (who toured with Wham!as backing singers Pepsi & Shirlie), Ridgeley talked about the band's early days and Michael breaking out into solo stardom."We were the best of friends," Ridgeley recalls of befriending Michael in 1975.Kemp, 24, the son of musicians Martin Kemp and Shirlie Holliman, became Capital London’s youngest host when he joined the station at 21.In May he took over its breakfast show, which runs 6am to 10am on weekdays and 6am to 9am on Saturdays.