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Fellow singers focus of Boy George tirade

Oct. 15, 2006 at 7:57 PM   |   Comments

LONDON, Oct. 15 (UPI) -- In a new documentary from Britain's Channel 4, troubled musician Boy George speaks out against fellow singers Robbie Williams and Madonna.

The 45-year-old former Culture Club head details his affinity for gay prostitutes and his history of cocaine use, all amidst a torrent of negative comments about the popular singers, The Independent reports.

"Madonna... I just think she's a vile, hideous, horrible human being with no redeeming qualities," George said of the U.S. pop singer. "There's nothing nice about her."

"He could use my help; the last album was terrible," George said of Williams. "He's at that point now where he's just throwing anything out -- he needs another 'Angels' or something really classy. That new thing he's got out, it makes Ronan Keating look like a genius."

The entire length of the documentary, entitled "The Madness of Boy George," will be available during a screening this Tuesday, The Independent said.

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