Cee Lo Green has been MIA from our TV screens this past few months since he took a hiatus from 'The Voice' in favor of his Loberace residency in Vegas. He returned to the small screen this week to perform his new single 'Only You' on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show.'
Cee Lo Green goes for a walk down a long, building-lined city street in his video for 'Only You.' But sadly, 'The Voice' coach never meets blond songstress Lauriana Mae in the middle, as one might expect.
The reason that Cee Lo Green is sitting out Season 4 of 'The Voice' is so he can attend to his own career. He had to bump his planned Vegas residency to 2013 when the producers of the reality show moved up Season 3 to the fall of 2012.
Cee Lo Green may be a lady killer, but he also has a loving heart. On his new song, 'Only You,' the crooner is apologetic for hurting his female lover with his careless words and hopes for a reconciliation.
Cee Lo Green made a New Year's pledge to adopt a healthier lifestyle with the help of his partnership with eDiets. Well, judging by his backstage rider (the big reveal by TheSmokingGun.com), he's not going to make good on his promise.
Cee Lo Green is a huge star both literally and figuratively. So the former 'Voice' judge is getting on the health kick in 2013 with his new partnership with eDiets. "My goal for #2013 is to make #health a habit -- who's gonna join me?" tweeted the crooner.
Don't get any ideas, Usher. Your job is to keep the chair warm on 'The Voice' judging panel in Season 4 so that Cee Lo Green can return to claim it for Season 5. Green said on the 'Today' show Thursday (Dec. 20) that his absence from the popular singing competition show will be temporary.
Kicking off the first new performance of the night on 'The Voice' was Nicholas David, the own-home family man who has made it no secret that he's doing this for the benefit of his family. It's something fans and viewers alike have come to respect and seem to love, because he certainly didn't get to the Top Three without the love of the fans.
Rapper T.I. is saying 'Hello' to the haters on his new track, which is produced by Pharrell Williams and features Cee Lo Green on the hook. The smooth tune will appear on the Atlanta rapper's upcoming album 'Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head,' which arrives in stores on Dec. 18.
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