Music legend George Michael is making a documentary about his life in the early 90s.
The 52-year-old pop legend will chat to stars such as Stevie Wonder, Sir Elton John, Mary J. Blige, Tony Bennett, Liam Gallagher, James Corden and Ricky Gervais on camera and discuss his second solo LP, which was released in 1990, and the decade in general.
The docu-film – which George will narrate and is being made in conjunction with Sony Music and BBC Worldwide – will feature Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, is being shown on Channel 4 this autumn.
In celebration of the iconic album’s 25th anniversary, Sony has announced a reissue of Listen Without Prejudice will be available for purchase as a 2-CD, LP and a 3-CD Deluxe Box Set.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “This documentary will be a real delight for George’s fans. ‘Listen Without Prejudice’ was a real turning point in his career, and arguably when he really came in to his own as a solo artist.
“It still means so much to him today, which is why he’s narrating it. He’ll be heavily involved.”
The film will recall a difficult time in the star’s life, when he was battling to be taken more seriously as a song-writer, from his battle to exert complete creative control over the project to coming out as gay and the death of his first love.
BAFTA nominee Phillip Smith will direct the film.
Listen Without Prejudice Vol 1. was arranged, produced and almost completely written by George himself.