George Michael fighting fit
English singer and performer George Michael has not suffered from any permanent brain damage from his serious car crash in May this year
English singer and performer George Michael has not suffered from any permanent brain damage from his serious car crash in May this year. His publicist from the UK company cfpublicity told Neos Kosmos that Mr Michael has not suffered any brain damage as was previously reported.
The 50-year-old singer and former Wham! frontman was involved in a car accident that saw him fall out the passenger seat of a Range Rover on a busy M1 motorway near St Albans, close to London.
He was airlifted to a specialist trauma hospital with a head injury but now his publicist has said that he is fine.
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