Introduces Culture Club
Jenner goes on stage a L.A.’s Greek Theatre to introduce Culture Club.
Thank you very much! Thank you! Caitlyn Jenner in the house for her first Boy George concert! This is going to be a good group. Thank you so much. Enough about me. Thank you for being here tonight This is so much fun for me and let’s hear it here at the Greek Theatre for Boy George!
I expected a standing ovation for her and I wasn’t disappointed. We need to celebrate the kinds of changes that are happening.
LA reality show announced
The singer is developing a docuseries based on his relocation from London to Los Angeles in summer 2015:
If Marge Simpson met Dolly Parton and went dancing with Ziggy Stardust, it wouldn’t come close to what you’ll see. Why now — why not? Why me — who else?
We are experts in producing celeb-reality docuseries, and we couldn’t be more excited with the opportunity to tell this story with the right broadcast partner.
Mentors finalists on ’80s night
George mentors the finalists for ’80s night. He also performs Karma Chameleon with them.
I’ve had a heart warming time working with the kids from Idol. It’s always great to be able to share you’re experiences with such talented artists starting out on their journey. There’s nothing more gratifying for me than to be able to help, advise and share, and this fantastic show allows that to happen.
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The Guardian interviews Boy George about overcoming the self inflicted drama in his life.
I look back now and most of the drama in my life was self-inflicted. I don’t need to make up so much drama now. I watch my friends and think and? He said she said Twitter. A lot of it [addiction] is proximity. If you are around it too much, you are going to get dragged in. I don’t put myself in those situations now. If I think people are going to get drugs out, I won’t be there. There was a point where I was like, oh yeah, fine I don’t do it. But it’s not fine. It’s never fine.
Boy George interview
George is interviewed on satellite in London by Hall on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about his albums success in America, how he wanted to be accepted by African-American community, and his love of Billy Holiday.
I’m just into people that can sing. I have a very old fashioned attitude towards music. I think if you can sing you’re OK.