We all got a little excited this morning (June 19) as reports emerged that George Michael would be reforming with Wham for a ''one off pop extravaganza''.
However, George Michael's rep has saidthere are no truth in the rumours and no plans have been made yet to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the singer's career.
Original members George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley announced their decision to split in 1986, but were said to have put their differenced aside for the reported show.
"George and Andrew have often said their Club Tropicana days are well behind them. But seeing as their anniversary coincides with George releasing new material, it's one of those 'now or never' moments," a source told the Daily Mirror.
"They probably won't do a long tour or release new material like Take That but they do want to commemorate the event with a big gig... and an even bigger party afterwards! "Things are still in the early stages but everybody is getting really excited about it."
George Michael has revealed that his new track 'White Light', the song he wrote about his brush with near death, is the best dance record he has ever made!
The singer was forced to cancel his world tour after he was taken ill in Vienna in November.
However, George made a full recovery and has kept fans up to date with his recording sessions via Twitter.