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An ’80s girl wet dream: Billy Idol and Boy George!
October 4th, 2018 under Billy Idol, Boy George, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’80s, Billy Idol and Boy George caused girls around the world to want a White Wedding with them. Although, one was a little bit punk and the other one was a little bit new wave. Two different types of music that were never meant to go together. Therefore, their fans were left dancing with themselves.

After all of these decades, the Crying Game is over because the two met up after a Culture Club concert. Making it Hot in the City. Maybe now that Time has passed they would consider doing a duet like Rebel Yell Karma Chameleon.

Imagine Boy George’s sweet voice with Idol’s rasp. It would make a lot of Mony Mony! So I say to both singers Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?

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BTWF music videos: Boy George in Rick Wakeman’s I’m So Straight I’m A Weirdo
July 6th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Boy George. [ Comments: none ]


Before Boy George was starring in his own music videos with Culture Club, he was seen in Rick Wakeman’s I’m So Straight I’m A Weirdo. Even when he was just 18 making his on-camera debut in that 1980 music video, he was already a Karma Chameleon.

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Boy George says his tiff with Vince Neil was worst than what we saw
January 4th, 2017 under Arnold Schwarzenegger, Boy George, Mötley Crüe. [ Comments: none ]


If you watched The New Celebrity Apprentice on Monday, then you saw ’80s Bad Boy Rockers Boy George and Vince Neil not get along on the NBC show. The Culture Club leader was upset that Motley Crue’s master was drinking in the studio when they were writing a jingle for Trident because he’s a recovering addict. It was the most confrontation we saw thus far, but we didn’t see it all. The Crying Game Crooner cried out Tweeted, “My tiff with @thevinceneil was worse off camera! Lol!” Then he added, “We made up though.” Enough to do a Vegas residency, only time will tell.
So is BG upset with the editing? He said, “@nbc #CelebrityApprentice it’s crazy how stuff is edited and my looking so glum at the end of episode 2 is outa context but I’m loving it!”
While he is OK with the editing take him out of context, I am upset we didn’t see their tiff as is. I am sure it would be funnier than Jon Lovitz’s jokes. Granted are most things?
When it comes to the Reality Competition show, I am loving it more with Arnold Schwarzenegger than that other guy. He is tough but fair and doesn’t play favorites. People who deserve to be eliminated are eliminated. It is not just the Project Manager who is responsible for screwing up. Plus, Arunld is so much more likeable. I also like that Governator explains how he came from nothing and made something of himself. He also calls out player who are playing it safe. The other guy didn’t, he was all about the face time. The Terminator is about teaching them how to be more successful in business and that is what the show should be about.

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Boy George walked out on an interview
November 3rd, 2016 under Boy George. [ Comments: none ]


Boy George was being remotely interviewed by Seven Sharpe in New Zealand when he decided he had enough and walked out. The singer was not happy with the line of questioning about his past arrest in 2009 and he removed his IFB before walking out of the camera’s view.
He took to Twitter after the chat and said, “Just did a stinking interview for New Zealand which I ended @RobertDowneyJr style! Now I need my own movie franchise!” Meanwhile, Toni Street was shocked that he was not happy with her line of questioning.
I get it she is a reporter and wanted to know more, but at the same point when you are promoting a concert in that country would you want to talk about your past arrest?
Oh and like the interview, that Culture Club concert date was cancelled shortly afterwards.

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Jack Black and Boy George sing The Doors’ Hello, I Love You
July 13th, 2015 under Boy George, Conan O'Brien, Frat Pack, Jack Black. [ Comments: none ]


Both Boy George and Jack Black are guests on Conan tonight and the TBS late night host asked the Culture Club singer who some of his musical influences are. George O’Dowd told him they are some of the ’70s biggest bands like The Doors. The Tenacious D rocker agreed and added that Jim Morrison has the best yell in Rock’n’Roll. Conan told them if they like The Doors so much, then why don’t they sing one of their songs. They agreed and Robbie Krieger from the band joined them.
What happens next is so trippy, I feel like I was doing some of the same things Morrison did back in the day.
Even though all of their styles are so different, oddly enough, combined it works.
So as The Doors said, “Hello, I Love You, won’t you tell me your name?” C’mon once Boy George is done touring with his band, he should totally tour with Black and Krieger. What should we call them?

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