George Michael is auctioning a patchwork photo wall used during his Symphonica tour to benefit an animal rescue home.George Michael’s Dog Photo WallThe photo wall was set up in the communal area at each show on the singer’s tour, and features photos of the dogs belonging to all of the touring personnel – including George’s own dogs, Abbey and Meg. George set the wall up so that all of his crew could see their pets every day they were away on tour.The auction will benefit the Mayhew Animal Home in London. Established in 1886, Mayhew is currently one of the busiest and most effective animal welfare organizations in the city. Find out more here.The auction runs until October 22, and can be accessed via eBay.
Advertisement Twitter Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Violent elements of the Canadian Opera Company’s ongoing production of Louis Riel appear to have spilled over into the real world, as sources involved with the opera report that an attack on their cast members took place during the early morning hours of May 1 in downtown Toronto.This morning, cast member James Westman recounted the details on Facebook. In a possible homophobia-motivated hate crime, two male dance performers from the Louis Riel production were violently attacked. The injuries sustained led to one victim’s withdrawal from the following Louis Riel performance, the other will allegedly require surgery to his clavicle. Of note also that both men appear to be of Indigenous heritage. James Westman did not respond to our request for further comment. Advertisement Facebook