George Michael: Might duet with Adele
Recently-recovered singer George Michael is planning a duet with Adele, a report has suggested.
The legendary singer presented the '21' singer with a Brit Award last week and is believed to have discussed a collaboration with her, according to The Mirror.
"George is working on his album for the first time since his life-threatening illness and he's in great shape," an insider claimed. "It is no secret that he adores Adele.
"He even left his boyfriend Fadi Fawaz in Australia for three days while he flew in to present Adele with her Brit."
The talented performer spent almost a month in hospital in Vienna battling pneumonia and was allowed home just before Christmas last year.
As the source continues: "Adele has been an admirer of George's tunes for as long as she can remember, and was so touched that George presented her [with her] Brit Award."
The former Wham! frontman is reportedly planning to reschedule the cancelled dates on his 'Symphonica' tour for this autumn.
Previously, Michael has collaborated with singers such as Mary J Blige and Aretha Franklin.