London, Aug 25 : He might have played the first of his "Final Two" concerts at Earls Court in London, but British singer George Michael has no plans to retire from singing any time soon.
The 45-year-old star announced that he has written a Christmas song, which will be released as a festive single.
He revealed the plans of his festive season album at the first of his "final" major concerts.
The singing legend admitted that he would leave the "bells and whistles" of large-scale tours after the Final Two, as he wants a "quieter life".
Michael started the night with Fast Love,
"It's good to be home," the BBC quoted him as telling the audience.
The first half of the show included favourites such as Father Figure and Too Funky as well as lesser-heard tracks like First Time I Ever Saw Your Face, from the album Songs From the Last Century, and Hard Day, from Faith, while the second half had solo hits, including Faith, Flawless and Careless Whisper.