Cee Lo Green recently spoke out in defense of Bill Cosby, to the surprise of none.
The former Voice coach, who plead no contest to drugging a woman's drink earlier this year, told TMZ that those who are assuming Cosby is guilty aren't being "fair."
Mark Burnett should be at least a little panicked. Just two days after CeeLo Green announced he would not be returning to The Voice, news broke that fellow original coach Christina Aguilera is expecting her second child, leaving the fate of not one, but two red chairs possibly empty on the hit NBC singing show.
But at a press screening Monday for the two-night Season 6 premiere, which continues Tuesday at 8/7c on NBC, the executive producer did not ...
Shakira and Usher reclaim their big red chairs on Monday's Season 6 premiere of The Voice (8/7c, NBC), and it seems absence really does make the heart grow fonder — or at least hungrier.
Both coaches return from their season-long break ready to win and willing to do whatever it takes to do so. After making their debuts last spring in Season 4, Usher and Shakira seem poised to officially come out of the shadows of the original judges they replaced, Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green. How will they do it? And what else can fans expect from Season 6? Read on for five teases about The Voice's highly anticipated return...
Thanks to his glittery outfits, crazy wigs and hilarious pet sidekicks, CeeLo Green has one of the most distinct personalities in the entertainment industry. Which is why it's not too surprising that the "Forget You" singer and Voice coach is starring in his own reality show.
"I have truly made a success out of being myself," Green told reporters at at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Friday. "So it's very easy for me to be honest. It takes a lot for me to lie."
CeeLo Green's The Good Life, premiering this summer on TBS, follows Green and three of his best childhood friends — Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo — as they prepare to release their...
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[Warning: The following story reveals the winner of The Voice's fifth season. Read at your own risk!]
Adam Levine returned to victory on Tuesday's Season 5 finale of The Voice more than two years after winning the first season of the hit singing competition series when...
Cee Lo Green is going to be jealous!
A year after The Voice coach teamed with The Muppets for the holiday special CeeLo's Magical Moment, Kermit & Co. are joining forces with...
Now that he's won three seasons of The Voice in a row, all three coaches seem to be working together against Blake Shelton to keep the country crooner from taking home a fourth victory. But on next week's new episodes (Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c on NBC), Adam Levine seems to...
Kaley Cuoco isn't the only talented member of her family. Her younger sister Briana auditioned for The Voice during Monday night's episode.
Briana has served as Kaley's personal assistant and even choreographed last year's awesome Big Bang Theory flashmob in which the cast and crew took on "Call Me Maybe" and other songs during an episode taping. Briana has also guest-starred on The Mentalist, The Newsroom in addition to The Big Bang Theory.
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Check out Briana's successful audition below, in which both Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green turn their chairs around. Find out which coach she chose:
Adam Levine, CeeLo Green, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera
"Reunited and it feels so good." That's how NBC has been touting the return of original Voice coaches Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green, who reclaim their red chairs this fall after stepping down for Season 4. But after their replacements Usher and Shakira received such warm receptions from...
The Voice will be singing a familiar tune when it returns for Season 5 on Monay, as original coaches Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green reclaim their spinning red chairs alongside bromancers Blake Shelton and Adam Levine. And it seems Shelton — who has coached the last three winners of NBC's hit singing competition, including 17-year-old reigning champ Danielle Bradbery — wasted no time pushing the returnees' buttons. "He reminded us on many occasions that he is welcoming us back to his show," says Aguilera with a laugh. "It felt as if we never left."