Boy George Talks Culture Club Reunion, Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert
Thanks to Mark Ronson, Boy George joins the exclusive club of 80s stars experiencing a renaissance. The iconic singer talks to THR about the forthcoming Culture Club reunion and discusses fellow showmen from past and present.
If you haven’t noticed, Boy George is back in a big way. The song “Somebody to Love Me,” off of Mark Ronson’s latest album, Record Collection, and featuring the Culture Club frontman and 80s icon on vocals, was a bonafide hit in his native England and has been slowly picking up steam stateside since its November debut. Helping its popularity, a powerful video starring Inglourious Bastards’ Diane Kruger as George acting out a typical debaucherous night circa 1982. Also on tap, thanks in no small part to fanboy Ronson: a Culture Club reunion album to mark the band’s 30th anniversary next year. THR spoke to George about his future plans, which include a new solo album, Ordinary Alien (out now), Lady Gaga, Adam Lambert, and much more.
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