Boy George, Jack Black Perform The Doors’ Hit ‘Hello, I Love You’

Boy George and Jack Black paid tribute to Jim Morrison with a solid duet performance of the hit song, Hello, I Love You.

During a recent appearance on Conan, Boy George was asked to identify some of his biggest musical influences over the years.

The 54-year-old singer did not hesitate to mention quite a few legendary bands from the 1970s — including The Doors.

“I never really got past the 70s, you know – Stones, Beatles, The Doors, Bowie, punk rock, Siouxsie and the Banshees…”

Conan O’Brien responded to Boy George’s list by expressing how much of a surprise it was to hear that The Doors were added to the list.

“It’s funny. So much of that makes sense to me, but when you say The Doors, I don’t hear that influence.”

Actor Jack Black interfered by standing up for The Doors, defending them in response to Conan’s comments. The Tenacious D lead singer credited Jim Morrison with having the best yell. Boy George and Jack Black were then invited to perform a song by The Doors, accompanied by The Doors’ longtime guitarist, Robby Krieger.

Boy George even shared the moment with his Twitter followers.

Two key points were made apparently clear to viewers, fans, and critics from the performance: Boy George and Jack Black still have it, and apparently, Robby Krieger never lost it.

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