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Sneak Peek: Kate Moss in George Michael's New Music Video

Last week, George Michael announced that not only would he be debuting his first song since 2004, but that the accompanying music video would include a cameo from Kate Moss—one of the few '90s supermodels NOT featured in his infamous "Freedom!" film.

Unlike the singer's 1990 release, Moss will be the only famous face featured and there are a lot of comparisons being drawn between the two projects. On one hand, it's nearly impossible to match the combined power of Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Tatjana Patitz. But, honestly, if anyone could…it would be Kate, right?

The full video won't come out until tomorrow, but we have a 22-second preview of her appearance which involves sweaty dancers, coin-flipping and a very furry coat. (We found a similar one you can get for less than $100—buy it here.) Check out the clip below and let us know what you think.

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