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This is nice.
Cee Lo Green parties and collaborates with the Muppets on a holiday song.
The honorary Muppet joins the real Muppets for a Christmas song.
Cee Lo looked ridiculous on "The Voice" last night, and we need to talk about it.
The best new albums of the week, including Meek Mill, Andrew Bird, and a very Cee Lo Christmas.
Titled 'Cee Lo's Magic Moment,' the assuredly colorful extravaganza is set to premiere Friday, November 30 on the TV Guide channel, and will feature the singer performing songs off his new holiday album (WHAT):
Don't fret, Kreayshawn, for you are not alone in having your debut bomb atomically.
On “Never Die,” a track featuring Jadakiss, Cee-Lo, and Young Jeezy, it’s great to see Nipsey Hussle come through with a scene stealing verse in the midst of so much starpower.
Cee-Lo Green's prepping a stocking stuffer for fans, but it's not Age Against the Machine, the long-awaited Goodie Mob reunion album.
Several high-profile tv pilot commitments were announced yesterday, and we rank the potential of them from worst to first.
Last week we brought you the very important story of Cee Lo Green -- a tiny round alien and judge on "The Voice" -- abandoning his "fan favorite feline sidekick" Purrfect the Cat in favor of a pink cockatoo named Lady, which ranks very high on the list of Most Cee Lo Things To Do.
Everyone stop what you're doing and read this sentence: "The Voice" coach Cee Lo Green is replacing his fan-favorite feline sidekick with a cockatoo for the singing competition's upcoming third season, he tells People.
Allegedly, last night's episode of "The Voice" included a scene where Cee-Lo, one of the show's judges, traveled to the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana to retrieve his spinny chair thingy from "Parks and Recreation's" Ron Swanson.
The Ides of March have come and gone and we've celebrated the month long with songs.
I was out in Arizona recently, visiting my good buddy, stand-up comic and Twitter god Pauly Casillas, and he took me to a very popular Mexican restaurant in Tucson.
Yes, the whole thing was lip-synced.