Boy George on New Culture Club Album: I Hope We Don't Get in Trouble Like Pharrell

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Boy George doesn't want The Culture Club to get in trouble.

A British invasion is coming to America once more.

British singer-songwriter Boy George is releasing new music with his English band that was formed in 1981.

At the iHeartRadio Awards on Sunday, the lead singer of the Culture Club, teased to ET that their tour will start in July, and a new album is coming soon. "It's done and ready to go," he said.

Boy George, 53, teased, "It's us wearing our influences unashamedly on our sleeves. Hopefully we won’t get into the same trouble as Pharrell did."

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Pharrell Williams was recently sued along with his fellow "Blurred Lines" collaborators, Robin Thicke and T.I., for their song's similarities to Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give it Up."

On March 10, Marvin Gaye's family was awarded more than $7 million in damages from the trial.

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The Culture Club broke up in 1986 and got back together in 1998. Their last album, Don't Mind If I Do, was released in 1999.

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Additional reporting by Susan Hornik.