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Boy George Escorts Himself Outside

1/14/2009 4:16 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Wearing no makeup or his usual barrage of outlandish accoutrements, Boy George left his London home on Wednesday, looking like an engorged shell of his former self.

The 47-year-old fallen '80s singer is facing a prison sentence after being found guilty of chaining a male prostitute to a wall in his house.

Karma chameleon.


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Aunt Esther    

Same Sex Attraction Disorder is a mental illness.

2085 days ago

Lord Xenu    

Boy George had his fudge packed too many times and his head is about to burst!

2085 days ago


Poor Wally, he must be feeling badly.

2085 days ago


Is he storing balls in his mouth for safe keeping? He will have plenty in prison!!!!
Just saying............

2085 days ago


...........ain't nothing sadder than an old queen..........

2085 days ago


Never thought I'd say this but, he looks better with make-up.

2085 days ago


Aunt Esther: don't go leaping into the 21st Century now! Keep those archaic ideas about homosexuality. 'Cause after all, we don't want to acknowledge that not everyone on Earth is exactly the same!!!

2085 days ago


Oh my gosh, it´s uncle Fester in The Addams Family right??? I love this character!!!

2085 days ago

Illinois person    

What a bloated slob he's become!!

2085 days ago


Oh STFU Aunt Esther.

2085 days ago



Patrick McGoohan, the Emmy-winning actor who created and starred in cult classic TV show The Prisoner, has died. He was 80 years of age. His film producer son-in-law Cleve Landsberg made the announcement.

His death came after a short illness but the much-lauded actor has left a memorable legacy. He won two Emmys for his work on Columbo, the hit detective drama which starred Peter Falk. More recently, he appeared as King Edward Longshanks in the 1995 Mel Gibson film Braveheart. However, he remains best known as the title character Number Six in the surreal 1960s British series The Prisoner. Born in New York, Patrick McGoohan was raised in Ireland and England. He trod the boards but his first real brush with fame came courtesy of Danger Man, a 1960s Brit spy series. The work he did in The Prisoner, his next big TV project, stayed with him for the rest of his life. It was this show that brought us the iconic phrase: "I am not a number! I am a free man!"

First airing on ITV between 1967 and 1968, The Prisoner is viewed by many critics as one of the most radical, thought-provoking dramas in the history of television. Slick and intelligent, the 17-episode series explores numerous themes: from democracy and freedom, conformity and rebellion to the nature of the individual and revolution. Widely regarded as a political commentary which is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago, The Prisoner continues to fascinate. ITV are even remaking it with The Passion Of The Christ's Jim Caviezel in McGoohan's role and Ian McKellen as Number Two, the Chief Administer of The Village.

At the time of his death, Patrick McGoohan was mostly retired and living in Los Angeles with his wife of 57 years, Joan Drummond McGoohan.

2085 days ago


20. ...........ain't nothing sadder than an old queen..........

Posted at 3:07PM on Jan 14th 2009 by derrick21sc


Right On

2085 days ago


Hey VioletteUK

DIE !!!

The guy was old - he's dead - get over it !

2085 days ago


Wow, I can't recognize anything of him in that pic.

2085 days ago

Interracial facial    

I miss the 80s. Pop culture was fun and boy bands were at their zenith back then with new wave music. Boy George should do a reunion tour in the US. He's obvious not happy in the mother country homeland of still upper lips.

2085 days ago
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