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Andrew Ridgeley has admitted he still has questions (Picture: WireImage)

George Michaels best friend Andrew Ridgeley has admitted he still has questions about the singers death on Christmas Day 2016.

The coroner confirmed, three months after his passing, that there would be no inquest into his death and that the pop star died as a result of dilated cardiomyopathy with myocarditis and fatty liver.

However Andrew, who found fame with George in the 1980s in Wham!, has revealed that George seemed to be in good health at the time and there are conflicting reports surrounding that night that preceded his passing.

Writing in his new autobiography, he added: It now seems as if we may never know what really happened.

We dont like our lives being monitored, so when someone dies alone, perhaps there are always answers that remain out of reach.

It still feels uncomfortable though. God knows what it must be like for Georges family.

Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael
George seemed to be in good health at the time said Andrew (Picture: Getty Images)

George was found dead at home by his partner Fadi Fawaz, who was later accused of being involved in Georges death.

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But Fadi had just been helping police with their investigations, with a police spokesperson defending him at the time, saying: We are satisfied that there are no suspicious circumstances.

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Andrew also spoke of the moment he received the call from Georges sister (Picture: WireImage)

Andrew also spoke of the moment he received the call from Georges sister, to tell him of his passing, moments after he had text George to thank him for the Christmas hamper.

There was certainly nothing to hint at the awful news that followed, he wrote in Wham! George & Me.

Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael
Andrew Ridgeley and George Michael in 1984 (Picture: Getty Images)

”Andrew, I hate to tell you this”, said Melanie, “but George has died”. The news hit me like a punch in the gut. It was as if my world had been pulled out from underneath me, he continued.

I felt overwhelmed and couldnt quite comprehend what was being said. The details and hows and wheres rushed by. My best friend had died on Christmas Day and now his sister was having to tell me on the phone.

I cant imagine how hard that must be for her to have to call so many people and tell them the dreadful news over and over. But Melanie managed to hold herself together and delivered the details with great dignity.

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