George Michael has never hidden his affinity for supermodels. After his casting of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tyra Banks and Christy Turlington in the 1990 video for "Freedom '90," it seemed only natural that he'd turn to another big-leaguer in the future. This time around, he opted for just one iconic face: the doe-eyed Kate Moss.
The British model breezes into his dreamy video for "White Light" in a patchwork fur coat (a very Kate choice), black nail polish and drop earrings. The song references George Michael's recent near-death experience of falling ill with a severe case of pneumonia, so there's a very hazy quality to the video.
While her role isn't groundbreaking, Kate is looking quite pretty as her hair gets blown back throughout the song. The rocker's wife (Kate just celebrated her first wedding anniversary with The Kills' Jamie Hince) even nabbed a climactic role dramatically flipping a coin at the end of the video. So what do you think of Kate's performance? Check out the video and tell us what you think.
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