Boy George recently revealed what he keeps under his hat, as he spoke to Sharon Osbourne on TV chat show 'The Talk' about his new found sobriety and One Direction's claims to be bigger than The Beatles.
But it was less the star's revelations about his life in The Culture Club and more what he revealed on his head that caught his fans' eye.
The 52-year-old Karma Chameleon singer showed off a thick, full head of grey hair with a rather large quiff as he appeared on the TV show without one of his beloved hats.
I was a huge fan of George as he was a great DJ after his singing days were over in my opinion and I saw him play a number of clubs, however he always wore a hat. I have see Boy George transform over the years and his recent look is certainly one which begs the question in my opinion as to whether or not he has had a hair transplant procedure or wearing a good hair system, or simply decide to grow all his hair out ..
Boy George appeared to have suffered with hair loss for many years after reviewing many pictures of him and more than likely the reason behind why he worn so many hats and made those big flamboyant hats part of his image in my opinion.
In the early days of his career as the lead singer of his band he was famous for his immense 80's hair styles of very big hair. However for anyone who follows George it was only a few years back he appeared to be experiencing aggressive hair loss and all the tattoo's that reside on his head were all very visible.
In my experienced opinion he has gone down the route of a very good hair system (wig) or a combination of hair loss treatments such as minoxidil and finasteride to help stop the miniaturising process to the hair as a result of DHT and on top of this recieved a good hair transplant. This is only speculation on my behalf. Maybe under those hats he was always hiding this incredible head of hair and decided to shave his hair very short for a number of years..
Lets see what George decides to do with his hair moving forward however my guess would be the hats are now a think of the past.