25.11.2022
Beaming Boy George snaps selfies on the beach in Australia

Boy George made the most of life outside the jungle as he enjoyed a day at the beach on Friday.

The 61-year-old singer swapped the Australian outback for the sandy shores of Surfers Paradise after being voted off I’m A Celebrity on Tuesday.

Enjoying a relaxing day in the sunshine, the Culture Club singer strolled barefoot along the sand while snapping selfies.

He was casually clad for the outing, donning a plain black T-shirt and baggy trousers as well as a purple bandanna.

George’s sister Siobhan O’Dowd joined him on the outing, with the pair enjoying some quality time together.

Earlier in the day, George had joined his fellow campmates in the lobby of their hotel to greet the latest jungle evictee.

Chris Moyles, 48, was the sixth star to be voted off I’m A Celebrity during Thursday’s episode after admitting he was ‘ready’ to leave.

He received a hero’s welcome from his friends and loved ones, who gathered in the hotel lobby to see him once he arrived at the Marriott hotel.

The former campmates looked in good spirits as they caught up in the hotel lobby as a group, after Boy George missed out on joining the welcome party the day before when Babatúndé was evicted.

An onlooker told MailOnline: ‘George was the only celebrity not to greet Baba after he was voted out the jungle on Thursday morning, local time.

‘It was disappointing because he’s still a part of the cast and was a huge character in camp, it didn’t go unnoticed that he wasn’t there.

‘Everyone else is able to be a good sport but he just seems to have washed his hands with it now.’

A source close to George went onto add: ‘He was busy filming social media content for the show that they require and was following their schedule.

‘He was then rushed into makeup ahead of doing an interview, he didn’t purposefully miss Baba’s return.’

Baba lasted a day longer than George and was the fifth celebrity to be voted out.

Asked by a fan: ‘What was your biggest craving while in the jungle?’, George responded: ‘My biggest craving in the jungle was freedom, was not being told what to do.’

After leaving the show, George snubbed doing ITV’s post-exit interviews, failing to make an appearance on any of the channel’s morning shows the day of his eviction.

He was also reportedly ‘desperate’ to go home but is contractually obliged to stay in Australia until the ITV series has ended.

Sources close to the Karma Chameleon star told MailOnline: ‘He wanted to go home immediately, he doesn’t want to hang around.

‘If he had his way he would be on a plane already but he wasn’t allowed to do that.’

It comes after George was refused permission to fly back to the UK from Australia after the homesick star demanded a waiver from the I’m A Celeb final.

The diva-like singer became the fourth celebrity to be voted off the show on Tuesday night, and is ‘desperate’ to go home but is contractually obliged to stay in Australia until the ITV series has ended.

He also snubbed doing ITV’s post-exit interviews, failing to make an appearance on any of the channel’s morning shows the day of his eviction.

Sources close to the songstertold MailOnline: ‘He wanted to go home immediately, he doesn’t want to hang around.’

They continued: ‘If he had his way he would be on a plane already but he wasn’t allowed to do that.

‘His aim of going into the jungle was for the world to see the stripped back version of him, no hair, makeup, costumes, or hats – he didn’t actually care how far he went in the competition.

‘The fact he has to stay in Australia for days now is an annoyance to him, he isn’t fussed about sticking around for the final but that’s what he has to do.

‘He’s travelled across the world his entire career and has seen Australia before so there’s really no reason for him to be here, especially as he isn’t concerned with catching up with his co-stars on the other side.’

MailOnline has contacted George’s representatives for comment.

The diva-like behaviour continued after Wednesday night’s show which saw George snub Babatúndé Aléshé’s homecoming party after he became the fifth celebrity to be axed from the show.

He was the only former campmate not to greet his co-star at the luxury Marriott hotel, refusing to join the friends and family that gathered to congratulate comedian Baba following his departure at the hotel reception, which has been a jungle tradition for years.

While George wasn’t present, Baba, 36, was welcomed home by his former campmates Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas, and Sue Cleaver, as well as the likes of Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo, who embraced him with a hug.

It’s fair to say George has won himself a reputation as a diva while in the jungle.

He infuriated his camp mates by meditating noisily through the night and has been caught bitching about his co-stars, mainly Matt Hancock.

In contrast to his evicted co-stars including Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver, the Eighties icon does not feel obliged to continue supporting his campmates, having previously admitting to pals that he didn’t care when he was evicted and wasn’t signing up for the show to make friends.

He will now be staying at the JW Marriott Gold Coast hotel alongside the other evicted campmates and their friends and family, as well as his sister and nephew, who have joined him in Australia.

During his time in the jungle he accused his campmates of not ‘being themselves’ but when quizzed by Ant and Dec about who he was referring to, he refused to comment.

He also threatened to quit the show altogether when Hancock arrived, telling viewers if his unwell mother had passed during the pandemic, he would have walked from the series.

George said: ‘It’s difficult for me because, you know, had something happened, if my mum had gone, I would have gone when he walked in.’

George was in the Australian jungle for 18 days before finding himself in the bottom two alongside close friend, radio DJ Chris Moyles.

He reportedly banked the highest fee to appear on the series this year, earning a whopping £500,000 for his jungle stint.

The singer told hosts Ant and Dec on Tuesday that he was ‘happy’ to be leaving camp, adding: ‘I am so looking forward to getting back into control.’

He was the first contestant in the show’s history to customise the uniform celebrities are forced to wear, telling MailOnline ahead of entering the jungle that he didn’t seek permission from ITV to make the style adjustments.

George said: ‘Well, I didn’t ask permission. They sent me the hat and it was just too small. So I just chopped it up.

‘To be honest with you, you know, I got sent two shirts. I didn’t think I would get away with that. I just did it.’

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues on Friday at 9.15pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

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    The actress and devout Scientologist ‘fought with great strength’, her devastated children William True, 30, and Lillie Price, 28, revealed in a statement announcing her death Monday.

    Alley’s breakout role as Rebecca Howe in the sixth series of Cheers in 1987 launched her to Hollywood stardom.

    Ted Danson, who was a mainstay in the classic NBC sitcom, said he was on a flight yesterday and by chance decided to watch an episode of Cheers starring Alley before he learned of her death, in which she is proposed to by Tom Berenger.

    He told People: ‘Her ability to play a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown was both moving and hysterically funny.

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    ‘I am so sad and so grateful for all the times she made me laugh. I send my love to her children. As they well know, their mother had a heart of gold. I will miss her.’

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    Lee Curtis said the pair had a ‘mutual respect and connection’.

    ‘We agreed to disagree about some things but had a mutual respect and connection. Sad news,’ she added.

    Another Cheers co-star, Rhea Perlman, recounted how she and Alley became friends almost instantly after she joined the show. She said Alley organized large Easter and Halloween parties and invited everyone.

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    Friend and confidante John Travolta, who worked with Alley on the Look Who’s Talking films, said: ‘Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirstie. I know we will see each other again.’

    Tim Allen, who starred alongside Alley in For Richer or Poorer, added: ‘A sweet soul pass on in Kristie Alley. Sad, sad news. Prayers for all her family.’

    William and Lillie said their mother had only ‘recently discovered’ she had cancer, and that she ‘was surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength, leaving us with a certainty of her never-ending joy of living and whatever adventures lie ahead.’

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    Alley had not been seen in public for some time with her last-known picture seen during a video in early September as she promoted her profile on Cameo on her Instagram page.

    In what was to be her final video on social media there did not appear to be any outwardly visible signs that she was ill as she appeared with her signature mane of thick blonde hair.

    In the final days of her life, she had been receiving care at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.

    In April of this year, she performed on the television show The Masked Singer.

    Alley’s children said her ‘zest and passion for life, her children, grandchildren and her many animals, not to mention her eternal joy of creating, were unparalleled and leave us inspired to live life to the fullest just as she did.’

    They ended the statement by saying, ‘We thank you for your love and prayers and ask that you respect our privacy at this difficult time.’

    A native of Wichita, Kansas, Alley attended Kansas State University before dropping out and moving to Los Angeles.

    Alley was married to her high school sweetheart from 1970 to 1977, and to Baywatch actor Parker Stevenson from 1983 until 1997.

    After suffering a miscarriage she adopted son William True in 1992 and daughter Lillie Price in 1995 with Stevenson.

    She said in 2010 if she married again, ‘Id leave the guy within 24 hours because I’m sure he’d tell me not to do something.’

    Stevenson posted a brief tribute to his ex-wife on Facebook.

    ‘Dear Kirstie, I am so grateful for our years together, and for the two incredibly beautiful children and now grandchildren that we have. You will be missed. With love, Parker,’ he wrote.

    Her very first television appearances were as a game show contestant, on The Match Game in 1979 and Password in 1980.

    Alley’s big breakout role came in 1987 when she was cast as Rebecca Howe on the NBC hit Cheers, replacing the outgoing Shelley Long.

    She joined the show at the height of its popularity after the departure of Long.

    Alley would win an Emmy for best lead actress in a comedy series for the role in 1991.

    ‘I only thank God I didn´t have to wait as long as Ted,’ Alley said in her acceptance, gently ribbing her ‘Cheers’ co-star Ted Danson, who had finally won an Emmy for his role as Sam Malone in his eighth nomination the previous year.

    She would take a second Emmy for best lead actress in a miniseries or television movie in 1993 for playing the title role in the CBS TV movie David’s Mother.

    Alley appeared in various films throughout the 1980s and 1990s.

    These included the Look Who’s Talking film series, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) which was her film debut, Summer School (1987) Sibling Rivalry (1990),It Takes Two (1995), For Richer or Poorer (1997), and Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999).

    Horror director John Carpenter described Alley as a ‘delightful actress’.

    ‘Kirstie Alley was a delightful actress I had the pleasure to work with on VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED. She will be missed,’ he wrote.

    Alley starred in the 1995 US science fiction-horror film alongside Christopher Reeve, Linda Kozlowski, Michael Pare and Mark Hamill.

    She won her second Emmy Award in 1994 for the television film David’s Mother and received a further Emmy nomination in 1997 for her work in the crime drama series The Last Don.

    She also had her own sitcom, Veronica’s Closet, from 1997 to 2000 but it was the 1989 comedy Look Who’s Talking, which gave her a major career boost, as she played the mother of a baby whose inner thoughts were voiced by Bruce Willis. She would also appear in the 1990 sequel Look Who’s Talking Too.

    She would play a fictionalized version of herself in the 2005 Showtime series Fat Actress, a show that drew comedy from her public and media treatment over her weight gain and loss.

    Alley said she agreed to do the show in part because of the misinformation about her that had become a tabloid staple.

    ‘Anything bad you can say about me, they say I’ve never collapsed, fainted, passed out. Basically, anything they’ve said, I never. The only true thing is I got fat.’

    Alley co-created the series and played a version of herself – an actress who struggles to lose weight so she can revive her career, although the show only lasted one seven-episode season.

    The actress was also a spokesperson for the weight-loss company Jenny Craig between 2004 and 2007, losing 75 pounds during her time there

    Two years later, in 2009, Alley revealed that she gained 83 pounds after leaving Jenny Craig and weighed as much as 228 pounds.

    She founded the weight loss company Organic Liaison in 2010, though she faced a class-action lawsuit alleging false advertising that was ultimately settled in 2013.

    The company was acquired by Jenny Craig in 2014 and she returned once again as a spokesperson, revealing in 2015 that she had lost 50 pounds on the program.

    Alley also made several appearances on reality television, first as a contestant on the 12th season of Dancing with the Stars, where she finished in second place.

    She appeared on the competition series The Masked Singer in April this year wearing a baby mammoth costume.

    During her stint on Big Brother she shared the house with other famous faces including Coronation Street star Ryan Thomas and Dan Osbourne from The Only Way Is Essex, who finished in first and third place respectively.

    Alley appeared in the Ryan Murphy black comedy series Scream Queens on Fox in 2015 and 2016.

    Alley was brought up as a Methodist but became a Scientologist in 1979 after moving to Los Angeles, where she used the church’s affiliated drug treatment program Narconon in response to her self-admitted cocaine addiction.

    She had most recently been living semi-permanently in Clearwater, Florida after purchasing a waterfront property just a stone’s throw from the church’s global headquarters in 2000.

    In 2018 she participated in the 22nd series of UK Celebrity Big Brother, in which she finished as runner-up.

    In recent years her conservative political views put her at odds with most stars in woke Hollywood.

    Alley told Tucker Carlson that she was first warned to keep quiet about her interest in Donald Trump back in 2015, with a producer telling her that she would stop getting roles if she came out as a conservative.

    The Cheers star claimed the unidentified producer was also a Trump fan, but chose to keep quiet for fear they’d ‘never work again’.

    Alley, however, chose to speak up.

    ‘People go, ‘You’re so brave.’ I go, ‘No, I think I’m stupid’. Because honestly… it is a real blackballing situation,’ she stated.

    ‘It’s so strange to me because artists are free-thinkers for the most part.’

    Alley – who had not starred in a movie since 2015 – claimed that her Hollywood peers can behave in illegal or unethical ways and still not receive the same type of ostracization that she had to deal with.

    ‘You can be cooking meth and sleeping with hookers but as long as you didn’t vote for Trump [you’re fine],’ she told Carlson.

    ‘I feel like I’m in the ‘Twilight Zone’ a bit with the whole concept of it.’

    ‘I’m voting for Donald Trump because he’s NOT a politician,’ she wrote on Twitter.

    ‘I voted for him 4 years ago for this reason and shall vote for him again for this reason.

    ‘He gets things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly. There you have it folks there you have it’.

    She revealed that she voted for Obama in both 2008 and 2012 but threw her support in 2016 after criticizing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

    Despite previously being a moderate liberal, Alley has also hit headlines for her other controversial opinions in recent years.

    In 2020 she claimed claiming CNN was ‘terrorizing viewers’ with its constant coronavirus coverage.

    She also blasted the Academy Awards after organizers announced that they would update diversity rules in order for films to be eligible for best picture nominations.

    ‘Can you imagine telling Picasso what had to be in his … paintings,’ Alley wrote on Twitter.

    ‘You people have lost your minds. Control artists, control individual thought .. OSCAR ORWELL’ she tweeted.

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