Breakaway | Dec 19, 2012 | 12:47

Boy George to ring in the New Year in Quebec City

For years, the travails of Boy George, the British superstar of the 80's, was fodder for the tabloids. But these days, he's an in-demand DJ around the world. On New Year's Eve in Quebec City, Boy George will be wowing the outdoor crowds on Grand Allée just before the stroke of midnight. Jacquie talked to him about how time has given him a new perspective on life.

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