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After six seasons on NBC’s megahit singing competition show, The Voice, original judge Cee Lo Green is packing up his sparkly tops and pettable cat for good. Announcing it on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show, the Goodie Mob singer revealed that he would not be returning to the show as a judge after this forthcoming cycle.
While American Idol may be looking at a complete judges-table overhaul, The Voice is going back to its original judges line-up for its upcoming fifth season this fall. Where does that leave Shakira and Usher? They'll be back for Season 6. Host Carson Daly has been confirmed to resume his duties for both of the upcoming seasons of the NBC singing competition.
It looks like The Voice will probably do another switcheroo before next season. When Season 1-3 judges Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green opted to take a break from NBC’s hit singing competition series, there was a presumption that the two singers would be back as mentors at some point, although no one knew exactly when. On Monday, news broke that Aguilera has signed a new contract with The Voice for Season 5 and that Green is well on his way to doing the same thing.
For a show that’s supposed to focus on the contestants, the introduction for Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice highlighted the judges, which was pretty fitting for the new season, since new judges Shakira and Usher had yet to prove their value. It didn’t take long, however. The two new Voice judges weren’t shy about bantering with their judging counterparts, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, who have racked up three season wins combined.
After weeks of grueling performances, battle rounds, and suggestions and decisions from mentors Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton, The Voice has crowned a Season 3 winner. Last night’s performances from finalists Nicholas David, Terry McDermott, and Cassadee Pope certainly made the decision difficult, but ultimately a decision had to be made. Read on and the winner will be revealed.
Anger Management will be getting a visit from one of The Voice’s coaches in the upcoming second season. On a break from his Voice duties while developing his very own sitcom for NBC, Cee Lo Green will also be making a guest appearance on Charlie Sheen’s successful new series.
It’s one day after Thanksgiving, which means we can start thinking about the Christmas holiday, which includes trees, presents, baked goods, and playing holiday music. NBC’s The Voice judge Cee Lo Green has his own holiday-themed album out this year. That release wouldn’t have been possible without some help from some of The Muppets crew, and now the two will re-team up for a special episode of The Voice.
When The Voice returns for its fourth season after Christmas, it will do so without half of the judging panel fans have grown used to. Both Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera announced today they’ll take sixth month sabbaticals from the show in order to concentrate on their personal musical endeavors.
The Voice mentor Cee Lo Green is making a move into scripted television with a new comedy project that will be loosely based on his real life. A deal for the multi-camera comedy is in the final stages of negotiations at NBC where The Voice airs, keeping Green in the fold.
After his success/failure/success with Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane's second hit animated comedy to hit Fox Sundays is about to enter its seventh season with no signs of slowing down. The show is about conservative CIA agent and family man, Stan Smith as the titular American Dad trying to take care of his band of misfit family members, which includes a wife, a son, a daughter, an alien and talking fish with German accent. Fox just released a tease for the 'Hot Water' season premiere and it showcases their first guest star of the season
Cee Lo Green will partner with acclaimed singer Monica. Christina Aguilera will take on singer/ songwriter Sia. Adam Levine will get support from longtime Maroon 5 producer Adam Blackstone, and Blake Shelton will get whispers in his ear from country legend Reba McEntire
Late night host Carson Daly is also in place as The Voice’s host, providing more stability to the offering many suspected would be cast aside as an American Idol also ran