Singer says he let gay children down with recent behaviour and will seek to 'correct the damage' with next album
George Michael has said he finds it hard to forgive himself for the damage he believes his public disgraces have had on young, gay people seeking to be open and proud about their sexuality.
In what he says is a gesture of penance and remorse, the singer has started work on a new album that will be a "gay collaborative", featuring young, unknown gay and "gay-friendly" artists.
"I have a really serious problem with the fact that when I brought myself down, I felt I was letting young gay kids down," he said at a press conference to announce a European tour. "My behaviour meant these kids suffered abuse and the homophobic language that is legal in this country.
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