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Cee Lo to Guest Star on ‘Parenthood’ TV Show
Cee Lo to Guest Star on ‘Parenthood’ TV Show
Cee Lo Green is taking over your TV screen. According to E! News, the 'Cry Baby' crooner is close to finalizing his deal to join the cast of the NBC drama 'Parenthood' for one episode. Cee Lo would be playing himself, recording at a '60s-'70s studio once beloved by Jerry Garcia and now owned by 'Parenthood' characters Adam -- played by Peter Krause -- and Crosby played by Dax Shepard...
Cee Lo to Perform at Michael Jackson Tribute Concert
Cee Lo to Perform at Michael Jackson Tribute Concert
Representatives for Michael Jackson's family have revealed that they will finally be announcing the lineup for the late King of Pop's highly anticipated tribute concert in an interview with CNN later today. The Jackson family have promised a star-studded list of performers for the Michael Forever: The Tribute Concert, being held in Cardiff, Wales, October 8, however, signing the acts took longer t
Cee Lo Releases ‘Bodies’ Video
Cee Lo has released the video for 'Bodies' off his 'The Lady Killer' album just days after giving one of the most visually interesting performances, alongside Gwyneth Paltrow and Jim Henson puppets, at Sunday's Grammy Awards show. The singer was up for a few awards, including Song of the Year and Best Short Form Music Video, but walked away with the trophy for Best Urban/Alternative Performance...
Grammy 2011 Highlights
Grammy 2011 Highlights
LL Cool J kicked off the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards introducing a tribute to Aretha Franklin, calling her not only the Queen of Soul but the Queen of the Grammys for her 18 prior wins. As previously reported Franklin, who had surgery to deal with an undisclosed illness, was at home resting in Detroit, so Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera, gospel singer Yolanda Adams, country singer Martina McBrid
Cee Lo Green Performs ‘F— You’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Cee Lo Green Performs ‘F— You’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Cee Lo Green cleaned up his act Saturday night (Jan. 15) as he performed an expletive-free version of his monster hit 'F--- You' on stage for 'Saturday Night Live' viewers. Besides showcasing his soulful crooning, 'The Lady Killer' creator, who is up for five Grammy nominations this year, also appeared in several of the NBC show's comedic sketches alongside host Gwyneth Paltrow...

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