IMO it is real. You can compare it with some real examples at my blog: georgemichaelautograph.blogspot.com
Thank you MiS
thank you, you're welcome
By the way: a few George Michael autographs from me are for sale in November at RR auctions: https://www.rrauction.com
from a club in London, signed with his real name "George Panayiotou"
...and also this ones:
I would say NOT authentic.
Not real, sorry. Not fluent at all
It has since been authenticated by two of the major Third Party Authenticators, one of which Roger Epperson is associated with.
The consensus now is that is 100% and it has been sold on to a serious collector of George Michael memorabilia.