Boy George to Get Reality TV Series About His Adventure to L.A.

News   Boy George to Get Reality TV Series About His Adventure to L.A.
 
The Culture Club frontman Boy George, who was Tony-nominated for the score of his musical Taboo, is moving from London to Los Angeles and will document the relocation for reality TV.

According to Deadline.com, George and his manager Paul Kemsley are teaming with Bunim/Murray Productions ("Keeping Up With The Kardashians," "Project Runway," "The Real World") and producer Cindy Cowan to develop a docuseries chronicling his relocation.

Boy George
Boy George

"If Marge Simpson met Dolly Parton and went dancing with Ziggy Stardust, it wouldn't come close to what you'll see," George said about the project. "Why now — why not? Why me — who else?"

Shooting is planned to begin this summer, when George arrives in L.A. Bunim/Murray's Gil Goldschein and Jeff Jenkins are also executive producers.

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