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Saturday, 4 December 2010

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Boy George as he looked while incarcerated at London's Petula Clark Prison For Blokes. (Photo courtesy of Simon Cowell).

LONDON - A Wikileaks document shows that George Alan O'Dowd, aka Boy George, lead singer with the 80s band Culture Club has decided to change his name.

The female impersonating 'songstress' who has admitted that there is less in the crotch of his knickers than in Lady Gaga's knickers admitted that he will in fact stop being Boy George and soon become Old Bloke George.

O'Dowd who like other troubled celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Martha Stewart who have all served time in prison said that at first he thought about changing his name to Girl George, or rather Old Lass George, but he soon learned that there is a transgendered pole dancer in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada) who is already using that name.

The ex-Culture Club singer says that he will turn 50, next year and he wants to start acting his age instead of his friggin shoe size. He confessed that he is now drug-free, alcohol-free, makeup-free, and sex-free.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: O'Dowd is not fooling anyone. He still takes pills to remember to take pills. He drinks Corona Light Beer, He wears Revlon makeup, and he still plays 'touch my willy (dinky dink) and I'll touch your dinky dink (willy).]

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