George Michael could reportedly be returning to a stage as a hologram, papers filed by his representatives have revealed.
The star could supposedly perform as a ‘live’ holographic performer – similar to ABBA Voyage – as early as next year.
Despite fans being warned in the past that a tour was unlikely due to technology not being advanced enough, the Daily Mail has reported that legal documents could indicate a change of heart.
Accounts filed by the star’s company, Nobby’s Hobbies Holdings at Companies House, indicate that the estate has plans to branch out into live events.
The publicly available documents say: “Activity at the group will broaden in the next one to three years to include live public performances.”
George Michael’s Wham! bandmate, Andrew Ridgeley, 60, previously said he “absolutely loved” watching ABBA Voyage, adding he’d “pay to go and see” a Wham! hologram show.
Speaking on Newsnight in 2023, Andrew also addressed the ethical concerns around bringing George Michael back to life on stage.
When asked his thoughts on a hologram tour, Andrew replied: “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,” he adds.
“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!”

Source: Smooth Radio

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