This Week In History: Motown's Biggest Girl-Group; Punk's Best; George Michael Gets Naughty; Nirvana TributeTalk about a week of record breakers. This week it's back with Motown’s biggest girl group; We take a look at the greatest punk band of all time; The most historic moment ever in radio; George Michael does the naughty thing in public; and we pay tribute to Nirvana’s Curt Cobain.
George Michael Burial Location Revealed"Family and close friends gathered for the small, private ceremony to say goodbye to their beloved son, brother and friend."
George Michael's Funeral Location RevealedThe chapel seats 30 people and the information on the burial date remains uncertain.
George Michael's Boyfriend Responds to Pop Star's Cause of Death“It has been a really tough and upsetting, and shocking two-and-a-half months. It is just the lies. I couldn’t describe how painful that was," Fawaz said.
George Michael Cause of Death RevealedThe senior coroner for Oxfordshire explained how the singer died.
Watch Runway Models Pay Tribute to George MichaelFor the finale of Stella McCartney's collection, the models assembled on the runway in a circle, arms raised and repeatedly chanted, "Faith. Love."
Watch Coldplay's Chris Martin Duet with George MichaelThe two traded verses and sang the chorus together, creating a stirring real-time duet.
George Michael GRAMMY Tribute Plans Included Beyoncé, RihannaGeorge Michael's manager, Michael Lippman, wanted the three artists as well as host James Corden to perform a mashup of Michael's hits.
Adele Tributes George Michael after Rocky Start at 2017 GRAMMYsShe stopped the performance in order to start over and get it right.
Prince and George Michael to be Honored at GRAMMYsBoth artists will receive special musical tributes at the ceremony.
New But Unfinished George Michael Track Might Be ReleasedIn the weeks before his untimely death, George Michael was working on music with Naughty Boy and the producer has said he is open to the idea of releasing it to the public.
Rob Thomas Pens 'Smooth' Tribute to George Michael"I’ll never be George Michael, but without George I’m not sure I would have been Rob Thomas, either," Thomas wrote.