George Michael's ex Kenny Goss has said the singer was a "tortured soul" but is "happy now". The 'Careless Whisper' star died in 2016 at the age of 53 and his life is being examined in a new documentary called 'George Michael: Portrait of an Artist' and Kenny - who dated George for 15 years - has spoken out about the star in a new interview to promote the film - insisting he believes his ex is finally at peace.
He told People. com: "You just want them to be happy, more than anything else. I always say when people ask me about him, he was a tortured soul.
He really was. And I say he's happy now, even if he's a blade of grass, fertilising. I know that for sure. It's not something that I even question for a second. " The documentary is directed by Simon Napier-Bell - who managed George and Andrew Ridgeley when they were in in pop duo Wham! - and features interviews with stars including Stevie Wonder, Terrence Trent d'Arby, Piers Morgan, Rufus Wainwright and Stephen Fry.
Goss added off all those who contributed: "They all loved him, and as a person, as a human being. " He went on to stress that George would want to be remembered as a humanitarian, adding: "He had some issues at the end of his life, but he always had a good heart, and he was s a fine man who really believed in helping people. 'Who needs to be a damn billionaire when people are starving?Read more on msn.com