Jan 162017

George will be a subject in the next series of ‘Pier’s Morgan’s Life Stories’.

Pier’s will interview George in his legendary probing style, which promises to reveal some unknown facts and delve deep into George’s past history, looking into his celebrity and personal life.

The programme will also feature recorded interviews of some of George’s closest friends and family.

The actual date of broadcast is yet to be announced, but George will record his interview with Piers at the end of January, with the series beginning on ITV in February.

We will have the broadcast date here as soon as possible.

Jan 102017

George is one of the face’s of DIOR’s Spring 2017 campaign.

Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche has tapped a fresh, cross-generational cast of subversive faces to front the house’s latest advertising campaign – including Boy George, his childhood hero harking back to the era of the New Romantics movement.
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre in the studio and on the streets of Paris – the singer and DJ sports raw-edged tailoring accessorized with harnesses from the house’s spring 2017 collection customized with punk Toru Kamei souvenir pins.
“I really tried to translate what I think Dior Homme is right now. It’s about music, it’s about cinema, it’s about fashion…It’s about a certain memory I have of the Eighties that remains very much relevant for 2017,” said Van Assche. “Boy George, when I was a kid, was one of the first to have this message about difference being okay; he was such a major influence on my generation. That idea of freedom and being a rebel – which he still is – is really something that has stayed with me.”



Dec 222016

George has recorded a song called “One Tear” with Paul Weller which will appear on Weller’s new album A Kind Revolution.

Paul said in an interview with Uncut Magazine “It’s quite housey. George sings the first verse and then he comes in on the chorus. Our voices sound really good together.”

The album is scheduled for release in Spring 2017.

Dec 082016

It has been announced that George will be a judge on The Voice –  Australia 2017.

He will join Delta Goodrem and Seal on the Nine Network’s singing talent program, with the fourth judge yet to be announced.

George said about joining the judging team “I am super excited to be doing The Voice in Australia, because I know they can take a bit of banter and I won’t be holding back.”

Nov 222016

George is currently a contestant in the new series of The Celebrity Apprentice (USA).

Sixteen celebrities, including George, are set to compete for their favorite charities when “The Celebrity Apprentice” shifts to Los Angeles for its eighth season, where twice-elected California governor and international movie superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger reigns over the Boardroom.

The season premiered on January 2nd. Catch the new episodes on Monday’s 8/7c on NBC.

Watch past episodes here:

Oct 262016

Tough Love & Roger ‘S-Man’ Sanchez combine with Boy George to bring a deep and rolling anthemic record sure to be a club hit!

The track is released in November in 2 different formats:

‘Hold On’ original mix by Tough Love & Roger ‘S-Man’ Sanchez released 4th November on Get Twisted Records


The dub mix of ‘Hold On’ is released on S Man’s ‘Runnin’ EP

Sanchez says:
“Hold On came about as a collaboration between myself & Boy George where I focused on massive beats and the dirtiest bass line I could think on at the moment. This dub mix is sparse, stripped back and devastatingly effective on the dance floor. Boy George did an amazing job on the vocals, and reminds me a bit of Robert Owens in delivery.”


Oct 232016

George and Marilyn were interviewed on the Steve Wright radio show talking to Steve about, amongst other things, Marilyn’s single and comeback.

BBC Radio 2, 14:00, Monday 24th Oct

Hear it on BBCIplayer HERE


Oct 212016

George took part in this years Stand Up To Cancer TV special which was on Channel 4 on Friday 21st October beginning at 7pm.
He performed a breathtaking version of ‘Starman’ as a tribute to his idol David Bowie along with the amazing NHS choir.
Bowie, of course passed away on 10th January, aged 69, this year after a long battle with cancer.
The programme raised £15,700,222 in aid of cancer research.

Oct 182016

George was a special guest on the sofa of Good Morning Britain with Piers and Susanna on Wednesday 19th Oct.

He chatted about the forthcoming Culture Club gig at Wembley Arena and hosted a celebrity weather forecast!

Oct 082016

George is to journey back to his formative years for a BBC Two documentary this October, as the centrepiece of BBC Music’s My Generation season looking at the 1970s.

On BBC Two Boy George’s 1970s: Save Me from Suburbia looks back to September 1982 when an unknown George appeared on the BBC’s Top of the Pops with Culture Club, singing Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?.

In this film George will recall, revisit and assess how the 1970s moulded the person and artist he has become. This is his musical, social and sexual coming of age, when he discovered the power of his own sexuality before setting about turning that persona into a popstar. Set against a backdrop of social discord, disenfranchisement & sexual repression – the seventies was also conversely the decade that revelled in colour and creative chaos giving the world glam rock, disco & punk… and the young George O’Dowd was at the birth of them all. The documentary includes contributions from contemporaries like Martin Degville (Sigue Sigue Sputnik), Andy Polaris (Animal Nightlife), DJ Princess Julia and pop star Marilyn this is, as George said “the last ever bonkers decade”, and it totally and completely shaped him.

George says: “I think of the ‘70s as being this glorious decade where I discovered who I was and discovered all these amazing things… punk rock, electro music, fashion, all of that. And yeah of course there was that dark side to the ’70s, the rubbish, the strikes, the poverty and I’d get chased and confronted for the way I looked. But I was a teenager. I didn’t have any time for misery I was just having a great time with my friends. My ‘70s were all about Bowie, Bolan, dressing up and going out, I think of it as the last bonkers decade, and I loved every second.”

Boy George’s 1970’s: Save Me From Suburbia
9:30pm, Saturday 8th October, BBC 2
(Repeats Sat 15 Oct 2016 00:10, and will be on BBCIPlayer after initial broadcast)

Oct 042016

George recorded a duet with Irish singer-songwriter Brian Kennedy.

They went into the studio back in 2014 and so far the track has never seen the light of day. But, Kennedy has released an Essential Collection and has decided to include the recording.

The song ‘Christopher Street’ is a Brian Kennedy classic, and George lends his voice to the tune to create a beautiful, emotionally-charged duet.


George and Brian in the studio








Sep 232016

George is appearing on UK TV and radio shows in the next few days, promoting the work that he is doing with old pal Marilyn.

Here’s the schedule:

Friday 23rd Sept – BBC Breakfast – BBC1 – 6am (See video below)
Saturday 24th Sept – Graham Norton Show – BBC Radio 2 LISTEN AGAIN
Monday 26th Sept – Loose Women – ITV (See videos below)
Also George (with Marilyn) recorded an interview for Steve Wright BBC2 Radio which is scheduled to be broadcast during Steve Wright’s shows week beginning 17th October.