“You have to dream big, wish hard and chase after your goals, because no one is going to do it for you.”
“Christina Aguilera, to me, has one of the greatest voices of our time and I got nothing but respect for her.”
Cee Lo Green (born Thomas DeCarlo Callaway in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 30, 1974) is a singer, rapper, producer, actor and most recently, a television personality. Know for his eccentric flair, both in his music and style, Cee Lo was first bitten by the performance bug in church. He became a household name when he and Danger Mouse formed the musical duo, Gnarls Barkley, and brought “Crazy” into our lives. In April 2011, Cee Lo became a judge/mentor on the U.S. version of The Voice, NBC’s hit singing competition series. He has also used his fame to garner guest-starring roles on several TV shows, including Nickelodeon’s How To Rock and NBC’s Parenthood.
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Cee Lo Green is best known for being one half of the musical duo Gnarls Barkley, as well as being a judge/mentor on NBC’s The Voice.
Cee Lo has two daughters — Sierra and Kalah — with ex-wife Christina Johnson, whom Cee Lo divorced in 2005.