Responding to a query about the band's future from celebrity fan Mark Ronson, the 49-year-old revealed during a BBC Breakfast interview that the 'Karma Chameleon' hitmakers have already begun planning their comeback.
"We are getting back together... next year," he said. "This year I'm doing the 'Here and Now' tour... on my own. It's kind of a precursor for what I'm doing with Culture Club in 2012. We'll be doing a proper huge worldwide tour. And a new album."
When asked about his latest solo album Ordinary Alien, Boy George revealed that the record was partly inspired by his four-month jail stint in 2009 for falsely imprisoning a male escort.
"I kind of use my writing like a diary, so I write about things that are very personal to me, things that I've experienced, things that have affected me and that I feel strongly about," he explained.
"I've surprised myself really with my resilience. Yes, [prison] did happen, but it feels so long ago now."
2012 will mark 30 years since Culture Club first entered the UK charts and ten years since the band last reformed. The pop group notched up nine top ten singles between 1982 and 1998.