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George Michael plays 90 second gig
The George Michael appearance at the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in the early hours of Sunday morning turned out to be nothing more than a token appearance.

George was on stage for about 90 seconds at the famed Sydney event.

The English singer came out around 1am to perform his song 'Outside'.

The real stars of the show were Kelly Rowland and David Guetta who gave the crowd a bit more than a minute and a half when they appeared at around 3am.

Kelly kicked it off singing her hit with Guetta, 'When Love Takes Over'.

American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert also played at the show.
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