|George Michael not ashamed after sex sting
Updated: 2006-07-31 16:34
George Michael insists lover Kenny Goss doesn't mind him having gay sex with
The singer, who was caught engaged in sex acts with a jobless van driver on
London's Hampstead Heath last week, insists Goss accepts his promiscuous
Michael also refused to apologise for his actions during a phone interview
with British TV chat show hosts Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.
He said: "I've got no issue with cruising. I've talked about it many times.
It's never been an issue between us.
"We had a lovely tenth anniversary party. My present to him was a million
quid so I think I should get away with so-called fooling around with 'Bernard
Manning'. I've no idea who that guy was but thank-you very much, whoever he
Reports had suggested that Goss had cancelled the couple's upcoming
'wedding', but Michael insists the pair's civil ceremony is still on and will
happen once the interest in his private life has calmed down.
Michael explained: "We knew with all the rubbish between us that we couldn't
get a private wedding, so we have postponed it.
"I don't want people to think my life is troubled when it's not. I'm a man
who has been successful for 25 years."
He added: "There can't be shame unless the people involved are ashamed and
I'm certainly not that." (Source:Bang! Showbiz)