Cee Lo Green can kiss his TBS series, 'The Good Life,' good bye. The Grammy winning artist's show was canceled by TBS this week following the series of disgusting tweets he wrote about rape.
The music hit-maker, who was replaced by Pharrell after resigning, says he appreciated his time on the hit show, but knew it was time to step away.
Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine combine music and acting talent in the just released movie "Begin Again." Open in select theaters now, "Begin Again" opens everywhere Wednesday.
Cee Lo Green, his cat and his bird will not be returning to "The Voice" for another season. According to the Grammy winner, it's time to bid adieu to the reality singing competition that raised his profile over the last few years.
Cee Lo Green recently confirmed plans to reunite with his producer partner Danger Mouse for a new Gnarls Barkley project.
Cee Lo Green will take a break from mentoring and judging contestants on tonight's episode of "The Voice." Joining Ellie Goulding, who is also slated to perform, Green will perform "Amy" from Goodie Mob's latest album, "Age Against The Machine."
Cee Lo Green will soon face allegations that he spiked a woman's drink and raped her in downtown Los Angeles. According to recent reports, the Los Angeles Police Department has been investigating for at least five months and will present findings this week that will determine whether or not Green will be prosecuted.
Cee Lo Green and those who know him best will be appearing on E's True Hollywood Story Monday night. In the revealing hour-long episode, Green will not only dig into his past, including troubles with crime and family, but the fact his struggles with the music industry.
Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera are back in action as coaches on NBC's hit reality singing competition, "The Voice." Slated to return on September 23, this season features the return of both original coaches, reuniting with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
Cee Lo Green is back at work on NBC's hit reality singing competition, "The Voice." Completing one of his first roles as a coach, Green returned to the Television Critics Association Press Tour Saturday, reuniting with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera.