Boy George

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Boy George: Liposuction, Neck Lift

Boy George (born George Alan O'Dowd) is a flamboyant "glam" singer-songwriter best known for being the lead singer to pop band Culture Club. Boy George and Culture Club achieved their pinnacle of fame in the '80s with hit songs "Karma Chameleon" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?" Always notorious for his androgynous, feminine appearance, Boy George has caught attention over the years for his personal style and fashion. Most recently, Boy George has had the rumor mill churning that he may have used plastic surgery to help lose weight. Specifically, Boy George is rumored to have used liposuction to suck away the pounds, as well as a neck lift to help fighting sagging and jowling skin.

Did Boy George Use Plastic Surgery To Help Lose Weight?

Boy George is the latest star to successfully battle the bulge. The Culture Club singer looks to be significantly slimmer than he did in the past, which could indicate some plastic surgery coupled with his weight loss.

51-year old Boy George is an 80s icon. With his flamboyant sense of style and heavy makeup, the singer had gotten pretty big since his heyday. Boy George Tweeted a photo of his new body, and showcased his slimmed down face and body that was no longer bursting out of clothes.

Read the full article on Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News Blog. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Did Boy George Use Plastic Surgery To Help Lose Weight?