George Michael fans able to stay in his luxury pool house as property listed on Airbnb


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George Michael enthusiasts, get ready for a treat! You can now rent the late superstar's lavish pool house as your very own holiday retreat.

The 'Club Tropicana' icon, who sadly passed away at his Goring-on-Thames residence in Oxfordshire back in December 2016, has left behind a slice of luxury that's up for grabs on Airbnb. For £550 per night, you can stay in a one-bedroom haven connected to George's former home, complete with a swimming pool and breathtaking gardens, all nestled near an ancient 10th-century church.

A source spilled the beans to The Sun, revealing: "It's been very popular with fans of the singer who are grateful of the opportunity to experience George's home first hand."

George, who is close friends with Martin and Shirley Kemp, himself once gushed to

Oprah Winfrey

about how "wonderful" his pool house was.

In other exciting news, there's a buzz that George Michael might make a comeback to the stage, albeit in hologram form. According to documents from George's Nobby's Hobbies Holdings, uncovered by MailOnline, it seems the 'Careless Whisper' singer's estate is raking in a cool £50,000 daily.

The papers hint at plans expanding over the next few years to include live performances for the public. Andrew Ridgeley, George's comrade from their Wham! days, confessed he's intrigued by the idea of a holographic concert similar to Abba Voyage. However, he acknowledged to Newsnight that such a move would involve some serious ethical considerations.

Andrew and George first met at school before forming Wham! in 1981.
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He said: "My thinking would be, 'Fantastic! ' To have Wham! at its pomp, playing live. Of course, there are ethical questions. And that decision would be a mutual decision between myself and [George Michael's] estate, should it ever come to it."

"And I can't speak for them, I don't know how they would feel about it. But I think it could be done, and I think it could be done exceptionally well. I'd pay to go and see it! "

George Michael's former manager, David Austin, spilled that the 'Freedom' singer considered a hologram concert during his lifetime, but ultimately dropped the idea, as the technology didn't pass muster back then.

Revealing insider details at a London screening of the documentary 'Freedom Uncut', David answered questions on whether a holographic tour might happen: "Never. A few years ago, way before all that started happening while George was with us, we were thinking about doing something at the Royal Albert Hall.."

George sadly passed away on Christmas Day 2016 at age 53
George sadly passed away on Christmas Day 2016 at age 53

David added, recalling plans for an awe-inspiring show feature: "We had an idea that in the middle of Fastlove, that bit where the rain comes down, we were going to see if we could do a hologram idea in the middle of the RAH which we thought would blow people away."

He shared his disappointment with early hologram tech, saying: "We went around and had all these people sort of courting me they did Tupac , they did this, they did that. I went to look at a load of them and they were s***. They were really, really poor. There were some people who were ahead of the game with it, some who weren't but it just didn't work."