Faith (George Michael song)

Song written and performed by George Michael, from his 1987 debut solo album of the same name.

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Live concert recording of George Michael's final two concerts in London's Earls Court on 24 and 25 August 2008 as part of his 25 Live tour.

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Here Comes Treble

Fifth episode of the ninth season of the American comedy television series The Office.

The episode guest starred Stephen Colbert, who played Broccoli Rob.

He secretly hopes the group will ask him to lead them in a performance of George Michael's "Faith".

Wilson (House episode)

Tenth episode of the sixth season of House.

Gregory House wakes James Wilson from sleep at 6:30 am by playing his guitar and singing "Faith" by George Michael.

Coon vs. Coon and Friends

Thirteenth episode of the fourteenth season and the 208th overall episode of Comedy Central's series South Park.

DVD cover

The name of the song that Cartman sings while walking to his house is "Faith" by George Michael.

The X Factor (British series 7)

British television music competition to find new singing talent.

Cardle in Stockport promoting the release of The Fire.
Judges Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole during filming of the London auditions on 21 June 2010.
The Fountain Studios, where The X Factor and The Xtra Factor live shows took place

Belle Amie: "Faith"

Wide Awake (Joe McElderry album)

Debut album of English pop singer Joe McElderry, winner of the sixth series of British talent competition The X Factor.

"Until the Stars Run Out" contains elements of "Faith" by George Michael.

Fun Machine

EP by Lake Street Dive, released in 2012.

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Walking on Sunshine (film)

2014 British romantic jukebox musical comedy-drama film directed by Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini.

Piazza del Duomo, Lecce, at night.

She ties Doug up, pretending she is going to have sex with him ("Faith"); instead, she pushes him into the pool.

2016 in the United Kingdom

Events from the year 2016 in the United Kingdom.

Matt Hobden (1993–2016)
David Bowie (1947–2016) in 2002
Alan Rickman (1946–2016), acclaimed stage and screen actor, in 2011
Black (1962–2016)
Sir Terry Wogan (1938–2016) at his investiture in 2005
Sir Christopher Zeeman (1925–2016) in 2009
Eric Lubbock, 4th Baron Avebury (1928–2016) in 2006
Sir George Martin (1926–2016), often referred to as the "Fifth Beatle", in 2006
Keith Emerson (1944–2016)
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (1934–2016) in 2012
Paul Daniels (1938–2016), a world renowned magician and television performer, in 2013
Ronnie Corbett (1930–2016), acclaimed for his work on The Two Ronnies with comedy partner Ronnie Barker
Denise Robertson (1932–2016), dubbed "the best agony aunt in the business"
Motorcyclist Martin Lampkin (1950–2016) at the Trial Sant Llorenç in 1978
Howard Marks (1945–2016) in 2000
Sir Arnold Wesker (1932–2016) at the Durham Book Festival in 2008
Victoria Wood (1953–2016) in Laos
Sir Harry Kroto (1939–2016) in 2010
Chris Mitchell (1988–2016) in 2009
Sally Brampton (1955–2016) discussing depression in 2010
Joe Temperley (1929–2016) (left) performing with Gary Smulyan in 2005
David Rendel (1949–2016) at the Newbury declaration during the 2005 general election
Sir Tom Kibble (1932–2016)
Dave Swarbrick (1941–2016) in 2006
Henry McCullough (1943–2016) in 2008
Michael Beaumont (1927–2016) in 2012
Michael J. Elliott (1951–2016) in 2008
Eric Kuhne (1951–2016) in 2007
6th Duke of Westminster (1951–2016) in 1997
Kenny Baker (1934–2016) in 2005
Dalian Atkinson (1968–2016) in 2008
Dame Margaret Anstee (1926–2016) in Honduras in 2002
Sylvia Gore (1944–2016) in 2015
Hidayat Inayat Khan (1917–2016) in 2004
Sir Neville Marriner (1924–2016) in Barcelona in 2010
Andrew Vicari (1932–2016) in 2007
Pete Burns (1959–2016) performing in Liverpool in 2008
Jimmy Perry (1923–2016) in 2011
Bap Kennedy (1962–2016) in 2009
David Hamilton (1933–2016) in 2012
Andrew Sachs (1930–2016), best known for playing Manuel in Fawlty Towers, in 2004
Greg Lake (1947–2016) in 2005
Bernard Fox (1927–2016) in the film Hogan's Heroes
Richard Adams (1920–2016), author of Watership Down, in 2008
Rick Parfitt (1948–2016) in Sweden in 2007
George Michael (1963–2016) in 1988

George Michael, 53, singer (Wham!) and songwriter ("Careless Whisper", "Last Christmas", "Faith").

Deaths in December 2016

List of notable deaths in December 2016.

George Michael, 53, British singer (Wham!) and songwriter ("Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go", "Careless Whisper", "Faith"), Grammy winner (1987, 1989), cardiomyopathy.