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10 Movie & TV Scenes That Did George Michael Justice

In celebration of the greatest FLOTUS we'll likely ever know. 

His songs should be on every soundtrack.

Although the world is a little less bright the day after George Michael's death, his music lives on. The singer's popular tracks have been immortalized in our favorite movies and television shows. From the hilarious to the downright infectious, Michael's songs made some of the most memorable scenes of our time.

1. Zoolander (2001)

It's the perfect music to blast while sipping orange mocha frappuccinos!

2. Rules of Attraction (2002)

Thank you George Michael, Bret Easton Ellis, and Ian Somerhalder for our young gay awakening with this scene.

3. Scrubs (2003)

What's the rule about white boys dancing in public? Not allowed unless you're gay.

4. Will & Grace (2004)

Excuse the clip's poor quality, but this scene is the epitome of one of the best gay shows in television history.

5. Everybody Hates Chris (2008)

Although it's the wrong song for the movie reference, it works just as well.

6. Community (2011)

If Joel McHale actually auditioned for The Real World with a George Michael song, MTV would never be the same.

7. Glee (2013)

If there's one thing that could up the gay factor on Glee, it's Wham!

8. The Goldbergs (2014)

We all wanted to dance like George Michael.

9. Keanu (2016)

If only all drug trips were as blissful as Keegan-Michael Key's.

10. Deadpool (2016)

Ryan Reynolds knows just when to bust out the "Careless Whisper."

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