George Michael’s ex Kenny Goss says ‘we all expected him to die’

George Michael’s former partner Kenny Goss has opened up about his relationship with the late singer, recalling the deep concerns he had for his health. 

The Careless Whisper singer died at his home on Christmas Day (December 25) in 2016 at the age of 53. An autopsy later found the cause of death to be heart disease. 

In 1996, Michael began dating Kenny, a businessman from Dallas, and the two went on to form a long-term relationship which lasted until 2009. Last year, it was reported that Kenny had ended a lengthy legal battle with Michael’s estate and agreed a settlement after allegedly being left out of the singer’s will. 

During the latest episode of Piers Morgan Uncensored, Kenny reflected on his relationship with the music icon and the concerns he had about Michael’s health. 

‘We all expected him to die. I had spent so much time when we lived together, being worried about him,’ Kenny stated. 

‘Honestly, he hated the fact that I worried about him so much.

‘But what he did know was that he was a talented man, and a good songwriter. I mean he was a good man.’ 

‘He was one of the most wonderful men in the world,’ Kenny concluded. 

Michael’s life and career has been cast under the spotlight again this month due to the release of the film, George Michael Freedom Uncut, which is an extended version of the Channel 4 documentary previously released.

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