The highly-anticipated autobiography of singer George Michael has been pushed back for another year.
The Faith star, who signed a £6 million contract - the biggest deal in British publishing history - to pen his life story over two years ago, was due to release the book this autumn.
"He hasn't finished writing the manuscript yet, so publication could even be the year after next," George's publisher says.
The singer, who insisted on writing the whole book himself, plans to rectify the omissions in his 1990 autobiography Bare, in which he painted himself as a ladies' man, and set the record straight about his homosexuality.
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