Tabloid Story: George Michael predicts comeback for Geri from beyond the grave

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Tabloid Story: George Michael predicts comeback for Geri from beyond the grave

Post by MelSpice » Mon Sep 11, 2017 6:01 am

George Michael predicts comeback for Geri from beyond the grave

GEORGE Michael has sent his first message from beyond the grave to say Geri Halliwell will make a big comeback.

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The late singer got in touch with a top psychic who used to visit his home for readings.

Ian Lawman says the Careless Whisper star, who died on Christmas Day last year, has been in touch with him three times.

During the first two visits – appearing at the bottom of his bed and then in his car – former charttopper George never said a word.

But the third time they spoke, George predicted a huge return for former Spice Girl pal Geri.

Former Most Haunted star Ian said: “George was a very spiritual person and a big believer. During the latest visit, he told me how he was big mates with Geri Halliwell and that she will be making a big comeback.

“He also claimed there will be big changes to the music industry in the next five years and it will be more about live music.”

Ian, who claims he also had visits from Princess Diana and Michael Jackson, says the singer did not go into detail about his death.

But he added: “George said he was happy now and in a place where he wanted to be.”

The psychic will front Celebrity Ghost Hunt Live taking the likes of Rylan Clark and Stephen Bear to haunted Harwich Redoubt Fort on Wednesday at 9pm on 5STAR.

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Re: Tabloid Story: George Michael predicts comeback for Geri from beyond the grave

Post by Sparrow » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:34 am

MelSpice wrote:
Mon Sep 11, 2017 6:01 am

George predicted a huge return for former Spice Girl pal Geri.
He also claimed there will be big changes to the music industry in the next five years and it will be more about live music.
Guess Geri's comeback wont last long then :oops:
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