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The evolution of Cee Lo and his Goodie Mob brethren took another leap this week with the TBS premiere of their new reality show, "Cee Lo Green's The Good Life." Far from the stereotypical reality show, they forgo the catfighting and backstabbing for scripted comedic fare.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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Adam Levine sings live in front of a packed house in the brand new trailer for his upcoming film Begin Again. Keira Knightley, Hailee Steinfeld, Mark Ruffalo, James Corden, Catherine Keener and Cee Lo Green also star in the flick, which is set to be released on July 4. The film is about a dejected [...]
Cee Lo Green's days on "The Voice" might be behind him -- the singer announced that Season 5 of the NBC talent competition was actually his last -- but we'll see the birthday boy on TV in his new TBS show, "Cee Lo Green's The Good Life."Green...Show More Summary
Pharrell Williams is dapper in a brown suit during a photo shoot on Friday (May 9) in Downtown Los Angeles. Later in the day, the 41-year-old singer made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he performed “Get Lucky,” “Marilyn Monroe,” and “Hunter.” Watch the performances below! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Pharrell [...]
It's hard to disassociate the song "Happy" with its singer, Pharrell Williams, but the Grammy-winning producer says his infectious pop song was almost released by Cee Lo Green.
Pharrell's song Happy won most of the world over, earning him an Oscar nomination and even a heartfelt cry with Oprah. But today, Pharrell revealed some surprising news about the track: His recording wasn't the first version. The singer...Show More Summary
He’ll forever be remembered for his epic 24-hour music video for “Happy,” but it turns out Pharrell Williams wasn’t the original singer for the hit song. During an interview with Howard Stern, the “Get Lucky” crooner explained that while...Show More Summary
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. By Ryan Reed Pharrell Williams' untouchable pop hot-streak has reached new heights with "Happy," but as it turns out, the infectious worldwide smash was originally recorded by another singer. Show More Summary
No Doubt lead singer and solo artist Gwen Stefani will join The Voice as a coach this fall, replacing Christina Aguilera. However, NBC confirmed that Aguilera will return in the spring, unlike Cee Lo Green, who left the series and will be replaced by Pharrell Williams this fall. Show More Summary
The Voice has had its fair share of megastar mentors, starting with original quartet Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam
Last month Disney's Chris Nicholls told me that one of the goals behind its upcoming Kinect-exclusive Fantasia game was to "create the most eclectic soundtrack ever in a video game." It looks like developer Harmonix is well on its way to do just that with newly announced additions to its playlist including Cee Lo Green's Forget You - i.e. Show More Summary
Harmonix's Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved wants you to rock out with your Amadeus out. The Kinect rhythm game has revealed that Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes," Gorillaz'zs "Feel Good Inc," Cee Lo Green's (sanitized) "Forget You," Elton John's "Rocket...
Harmonix and Disney Interactive revealed some more songs for Fantasia: Music Evolved over the weekend--and sure enough, it's an eclectic mix. The new tracks run the gamut from fairly recent hits, to the 1980s, to the 1780s.
Trick Daddy has been arrested, with police claiming the rapper had a stash of drugs and a gun inside of his South Florida home. The rapper, known for his collaborations with Pit Bull, Cee Lo Green, and Young Jeezy, was arrested Thursday for possession of cocaine and a firearm, media from Miami reported. Police had
Big news for hat lovers everywhere: Pharrell is joining The Voice as a judge for season seven, replacing Cee Lo Green. Weird, right? We thought so, too; isn’t the “judging a reality singing competition” usually a last-ditch move to revive a flagging career? Even though Pharrell’s been on The Voice... More »
NBC’s The Voice may have lost the eclectic soulfulness of Goodie-mobber Cee Lo Green but trust the prestigious network had the best possible replacement lined-up in the wing: Pharrell Williams. The show excitedly announced that the Academy Award-nominated artist would
Pharrell Williams makes headlines today because NBC has announced that Williams will replace Cee Lo Green as a judge on NBC’s hit show The Voice for their seventh season this coming Fall. NBC broke the news that Williams will be joining the show on twitter Monday. The tweet said, “Okay, we can OFFICIALLY say it!...
It might seem crazy want I'm about to say, but "The Voice" is getting a new coach for season 7. Pharrell Williams is bringing his happy antics to the show's trademark red chairs, replacing former coach Cee Lo Green, the network announced Monday via Twitter.