Boy George has vowed never to become embroiled in another celebrity feud, just days after ending a 20-year war of words with George Michael.
The pair famously fell out when the Faith singer branded the former Culture Club frontman "homophobic" and insisted he is "such a b**ch".
Boy George had previously hit out at Michael for keeping his sexuality under wraps - the star only 'came out' as gay after he was arrested for propositioning a police officer in a public toilet in 1998.
But Boy George revealed earlier this month (Mar10) they had put the bad feelings behind them in a series of emails - and he's adamant he'll never say a bad word about anyone again.
He tells Now Online, "My days of slagging (criticising) people off are over. I'm very conscious now that if I'm going to say something, it's going to be something useful. You know I have a little bit of a history of opening my mouth before I think!
"As I've got older I've realised the power of what I say. In the past I was much more opposed to everything... nothing really bothers me like it used to."