The only thing we love more than a good comeback is a Kate Moss cameo, and lucky for us, pop legend George Michael's brand new music video for "White Light" is giving us both. In his first project since he won a life-threatening battle with pneumonia last year, Michael cast the supermodel as a guardian angel-type figure in the dreamy clip. The video could be considered a triumph for both parties — Moss once told the Telegraph that the biggest regret of her career was not starring in Michael's famous, model-filled video for "Freedom '90."
The artist's first foray into fashion-heavy videos came in 1990, when he featured the likes of Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell lip-synching to his iconic anthem, "Freedom," directed by David Fincher. Two years later, he called upon fashion designer Theirry Mugler to direct and design costumes for "Too Funky," in which a number of models — including Linda Evangelista and Tyra Banks — put on an extravagant (and at times hilarious) runway show. Fun fact: The Mugler name is now synonymous with another music legend — Lady Gaga. Her best friend and stylist Nichola Formichetti now serves as the label's creative director.
If you're feeling nostalgic like we are, watch both of these iconic George Michael clips below!