Whisper to a Wham!: George Michael’s 20 Best Music Videos

From sex to sexy to freedom, George Michael always knew just how to push our buttons, making us feel just a little but more alive when his music was on. And awash in happiness, sadness, lust – his videos only served to heighten the infectious spirit of his best songs. Whether he was showing off his moves, lounging alluringly by the pool, or fooling about with supermodels, there was a always desire to add a bit of dazzle to – and offer a bit of escape from – our workaday lives.

Reaching all the way back to Wham!, here are the 20 George Michael videos that best summed up his inimitable creative genius.

“Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do?)”(1983)


“Bad Boys” (1983) 


“Club Tropicana” (1983)


“Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” (1984)


“Careless Whisper” (1984)


“Everything She Wants” (1984)


“Last Christmas” (1986)


“Father Figure” (1987)


“Monkey” (1987)


“I Want Your Sex” (1987)


“Faith” (1987)

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“Freedom” (1990)


“Too Funky” (1992)


“Fastlove” (1996)


“Outside” (1998)


“If I Told You That” (with Whitney Houston) (1998)


“Amazing” (2004)


“Flawless (Go to the City)” (2004)


“An Easier Affair” (2006)


“White Light” (2012)

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