We ar­gue with each other. We’re artists who have all had a de­gree of ex­pe­ri­ence so the view is if you can give it, you can take it.

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Vo­cal af­fec­ta­tions that mimic the artists the con­tes­tants are cov­er­ing are out.

Cock­i­ness is out and so too fake hu­mil­ity.

Kind­ness to those who share their vul­ner­a­bil­ity – or juicy back story – is in; but what he is pri­mar­ily look­ing for isn’t so much the great­est singer as it is the best pack­age.

“I would ar­gue you can’t sep­a­rate a per­son from what they sing and what they wear and how they feel and what their politics are, whether so­cial politics or sex­ual politics; I think all of that stuff is re­ally im­por­tant,” he says.

“And to me that is re­ally what makes an artist, which is very dif­fer­ent from a per­former. You can have some­one who is a great per­former and doesn’t write their own songs and that’s not less. But I come from putting a band to­gether and liv­ing who I am 24 hours a day, not just on stage singing a song.”

He may pos­sess a nat­u­rally acer­bic wit but Boy Ge­orge also

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