British pop-singer George Michael has not yet begun fulfilling his community
service at the Los Angeles AIDS charity Project Angel Food, according to Ken Hurd, a
spokesman at the organization that delivers 1,000 hot meals a day to men, women and
children living with AIDS. Hurd said he expects Michael to begin his service -- part of his
sentence after his May conviction for committing a lewd act in a Beverly Hills park rest
room -- in December. Earlier this month, Michael was granted an extension on his 80
hours of community service until Dec. 21, but the judge warned he would not be given
any more time beyond that.