Michael has played down his collision with three parked cars
near his north London home as a "parking accident".
self-styled "terrible driver" said claims that he left
without notifying the owners were "rubbish".
ITV1's Parkinson show: "I did what I was supposed to
who was recently cautioned by police for possessing cannabis,
said he had been vulnerable to the press since Sir Elton John
attacked him in 2004.
has announced his first tour in 15 years, said he collided with
a parked car while attempting to pull out of a parking spot.
into my parked car, which was on a very steep hill I have to add,
took the handbrake off, tried to manoeuvre out and hit the car
in front of me," he told the chat show, to be screened on
didn't know that it hit the car in front of it, and hit the car
in front of that."
investigating police officers had been "perfectly
reasonable" about the collision.
The pop star
was interviewed under caution and the Metropolitan Police are
preparing a file on the incident.
arrest in February after being found asleep in his car in
London's West End was "nothing really" but had been
made out to be "this massive drama", he said.
said recent press interest in his life could be traced to Sir
Elton John's comments that Michael was wasting his talent and
had "a deep-rooted unhappiness in his life".
"Nobody wants to shunt another car or be found asleep
behind the wheel. But they're not life-changing events.
every artist nowadays has a soap opera and it's decided where
they're going to be in that.
trajectory of my particular soap opera launched from that
statement Elton made about 18 months ago when he hadn't seen me
Wham! idol's greatest hits tour will kick off in Madrid on 27
September and will reach the UK in November.