Cee Lo Green

With outlandish outfits to match his outsize personality, singer Cee Lo Green has seen success with a group, as part of a duo, as a solo artist and as a TV personality. Born Thomas DeCarlo Callaway in 1974, Green began his career with Atlanta hip-hoppers Goodie Mob. His first attempt at a solo career fizzled, but he bounced back with partner Danger Mouse in the soul duo Gnarls Barkley. Their undeniable 2006 hit ‘Crazy’ was named the greatest song of the decade by Rolling Stone. In 2010, he released ‘Forget You,’ a radio-friendly version of a profane and upbeat ditty that won a Grammy. He was an original coach on ‘The Voice,’ quitting after four seasons. In 2014, he pleaded no contest to a felony charge that he slipped ecstasy to a woman two years prior.

Selected discography: ‘Cee-Lo Green… Is the Soul Machine’ (2004), ‘The Lady Killer’ (2010), ‘Cee Lo’s Magic Moment’ (2012)
Related artists: Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, OutKast
Further reading: 10 Craziest Cee Lo Green Costumes, Check Out Cee Lo Green’s Backstage Rider, Watch Cee Lo Green Perform ‘Only You’

Cee Lo Green Quits ‘The Voice’
After four seasons, Cee Lo Green has left 'The Voice' in order to pursue other projects. The eccentric singer and 'Voice' mentor accidentally dropped the bomb during a visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' which airs today (Feb. 19).

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