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The documentary A Different Story (released in 2005) covered his career and personal life.Michael's first tour in 15 years, the worldwide 25 Live tour, spanned three tours over the course of three years (2006, 2007, and 2008).Michael and Aretha Franklin won a Grammy Award in 1988 for Best R&B Performance – Duo or Group with Vocal for the song.In late 1987, Michael released his debut solo album, Faith.Michael, who came out as gay in 1998, was an active LGBT rights campaigner and HIV/AIDS charity fundraiser.In 2004, the Radio Academy named Michael the most played artist on British radio during the period 1984–2004.In June 2008, Michael told the Los Angeles Times that his maternal grandmother was Jewish, but she married a non-Jewish man and raised her children with no knowledge of their Jewish background due to her fear during World War II. Singles from that album included "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" (No.
In a review by Rolling Stone magazine, journalist Mark Coleman commended most of the songs on the album, which he said "displays Michael's intuitive understanding of pop music and his increasingly intelligent use of his power to communicate to an ever-growing audience." According to Michael in his film, A Different Story, success did not make him happy and he started to think there was something wrong in being an idol for millions of teenage girls. For this album, Michael tried to create a new reputation as a serious-minded artist; the title is an indication of his desire to be taken more seriously as a songwriter.This was followed by the formation of a short-lived ska band called The Executive, with Ridgeley, Ridgeley's brother Paul, Andrew Leaver, and David Mortimer (later known as David Austin). " (which became the UK Christmas number one) and donated the profits from "Last Christmas" and "Everything She Wants" to charity.He also contributed background vocals to David Cassidy's 1985 hit "The Last Kiss", as well as Elton John's 1985 successes "Nikita" and "Wrap Her Up".The visit was considered ‘tricky’ and ‘sensitive’ because, back then, divorcees were not invited to state dinners at Buckingham Palace.Jackie had wanted her sister Princess Lee Radziwell, then on her second husband, to attend. The episode will show that the Queen was clearly annoyed with Jackie Kennedy’s behaviour and the two didn’t get on particularly well.