George Michael played snooker ‘every night’ in rehab
Los Angeles, Jan 17 (IANS) Late singer George Michael played snooker “every night” during his time in rehab, according to his former parter Fadi Fawaz.
Michael, who passed away on December 25 last year, went through a two-month stint at a rehab facility in Australia in early 2013 as he battled “emotional anxiety and other issues”.
Fawaz has revealed that Michael found peace of mind in rehab by playing snooker, reports dailystar.co.uk.
“Even though (they) were tough two months but I cherish them. We played snooker every night,” Fawaz posted on Twitter on late Sunday.
Michael is best known for his hit singles like “Careless whisper”, “Faith”, “One more try” and “Father figure”.