Boy George Gears Up For Tour

Boy George Gears Up For Tour

Sober for nearly seven years now, Boy George and Culture Club are gearing up for a tour set to begin in November and a new album — their first in 15 years. So, how is he feeling about his return to the spotlight? And, what was it like meeting Taylor Swift?

♪♪ we got nothing but time ♪♪ The time is right again for boy George and culture club. They are back with a new album and tour and a sober George. What about being clean and sober? How will that play into your performance? Well, there wouldn't be a performance if I wasn't clean and sober, you know. There wouldn't be a tour. We wouldn't be talking about this. So that wouldn't even come into it. Sober now for nearly seven years, they are gearing up for a new tour and album, their first in 15 years. This album is like the best album we've ever made. He's having more fun than the '80s, which he admits was very overwhelming for him. It was all about looking like you were having fun. I think, you know, that saying that youth is wasted on the young, you know, nowadays I kind of invest in happiness, you know, I never really understood that when I was a kid. But now I actually get a lot of joy from doing really ordinary stuff. I saw you hanging out with Taylor swift, or you met her. What did you and swifty talk about? It was very, very brief. And it was like meeting the queen. What do you mean? She was in a room, and I was taken in there. It was like meeting the queen. She's very youthful and very tall and very glamorous. My niece and nephew love her. And I sent a picture to my sister, and she replied saying Zachariah is really impressed and a lot jealous. So really it was about impressing my niece and nephew. Sponsored by the all new