Boy George Weight Loss At 51 Years Old: How Did The 'Freer Nutrition' Diet Help Boy George Lose Weight? [VIDEO]

By Staff Reporter on February 18, 2013 4:20 PM EST

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Boy George shows off his slimmer figure after years of struggling with his weight. (Photo: Twitter / @BoyGeorge)
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A more delightful Boy George celebrates New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31, 2011 in Sydney. (Photo: Creative Commons)

The 51-year-old Boy George shocked the world when he appeared at the London Palace Theatre red carpet for the 2013 WhatsOnStage.com Awards on Sunday evening.

The '80s Chart-topper Boy George, known for "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" as well as his bold looks, was almost unrecognizable when his new self appeared at the award show. Having battled with his weight for years, Boy George has finally managed to keep the pounds off and slimmed to a new size that barely fills in his old suits.

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As usual, Boy George turned up the glam with his signature make-up as he stood confidently before the reporters. George also wore a flamboyant, oversized beige baker boy hat complete with buttons and flair.

So how exactly did Boy George lose all the extra pounds? The musician religiously followed the Freer Nutrition plan devised by famed nutrition therapist Amelia Freer.

Tweeting his process, Boy George revealed that the diet was all about portion control, strict schedules, and the breaking of bad habits. In a twitter post, Boy George posted: "Portion control. 5 hour gaps between meals. No coffee or tea, except at meals. Water & fizzy water between meals!

"No bread, sugar!"

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