Boy George Says It's 'Just Me and My Hats' in Self-Isolation amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Boy George is getting some quality time with everything he owns amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

While on Good Morning Britain with Lorraine Kelly on Monday, the Culture Club frontman, 58, said he's been self-isolating alone at home in London during the global health crisis.

"[It's] just me and my hats!" George said of his signature accessory, adding, "Obviously, I’m trying to stay positive. I’m keeping in touch with family and friends. I’m doing stuff online, making silly videos keeping myself entertained. Trying to exercise — even if it means walking round the room, setting my clock for 15 minutes and walking up and down. It’s amazing how much you can do in a confined space and you have to do it, you have no choice.”

George admitted, though, that it's been a "challenging time to stay motivated."

"It’s the sort of ‘unknowingness’ of the moment," he said. "So, I tend to be doing one thing at one minute and another thing at another. Maybe that’s what I’m like anyway. It’s just that I’ve been given the opportunity to really see myself.”

Earlier this month, George released a new single off his recently released album This Is What I Dub, Vol. 1 titled "Isolation," which he said he actually wrote before the coronavirus pandemic with some help from friend Sinead O'Connor. 

"It wasn’t about what we are going through but actually we are in isolation, so I guess it’s our theme tune," he said.

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