CeeLo Green may be leaving NBC's The Voice, but the singer has plenty of things on his plate to keep him busy.
He will be joining Lionel Richie on tour for a slew of summer dates starting in May. He'll also be making his movie debut in the upcoming film Can A Song Save Your Life. And Green says he'll also be juggling several projects for NBC.
"NBC and I plan to continue our relationship with several new co-ventures including a new music show, while we also explore our ideas for me to create and host a new show of my own," Green told Ellen DeGeneres after announcing his departure from The Voice. "I will not go quietly into the night ... expect more great music and entertainment done in my own unique unmistakable and undeniable way."
Sayonara, Cee Lo Green!
It was a bummer of a day for fans of The Voice Wednesday when, after four years of being a coach on the singing competition, Cee Lo Green announced that he was stepping away from the chair for good.
But fear not, Cee Lo fans: The musician isn't fully leaving the spotlight. "I'm going to continue my relationship with NBC," he said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "I have a television development deal with them as well, and hopefully some other talk-show opportunities later in the year." He also plans to work on his music again, starting with a tour with Lionel Richie.
While we wish him luck, the looming question is, who on earth could possibly fill his (fabulous) shoes? Take our poll and let us know what you think the producers should do next season!
Tessanne Chin, who has never been to a parade of any kind, is certainly making her first one count.
You can't argue with Blake Shelton's logic.
The country singer doesn't see any reason why his friend and fellow Voice coach Adam Levine should have a bachelor party.
PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive, who got engaged to Behati Prinsloo in July, doesn't need to be surrounded by a bunch of scantily clad women, says Shelton, 37.
"That's like bringing sand to the beach," he told E! News. "He is marrying a supermodel for God's sakes. A Victoria's Secret supermodel."
"Do What U Want" is the high point of Lady Gaga's Artpop, a shimmeringly sexy duet that sees Gaga offering up every inch of herself for her lover's pleasure.
There's just one problem: Gaga's duet partner on the song is none other than R. Kelly, whose criminal history with underage girls lends an uncomfortable undercurrent to lines like "Do what you want with my body."
The backup singer has moved to center stage.
"I'm still in shock, to be honest," Tessanne Chin told PEOPLE shortly after winning the fifth season of The Voice Tuesday night. "When [Carson Daly] said my name, I was just completely overcome."
The Jamaican powerhouse also admitted she was in awe after sharing the stage with Céline Dion.
"That, for me, was an out-of-body experience because when you've had that dream for so long and it finally happens, it's unlike anything you can imagine," Chin, 28, said. "Then it's made even better when the person is so warm and so genuine and so sweet … I adore her."
The Voice closed out its fifth season in star-studded fashion Tuesday, but even performances from the likes of Céline Dion and Lady Gaga – who dueted with coach Christina Aguilera for the first time – could not outshine the real star of the night: winner Tessanne Chin.
Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin of Team Adam Levine and Jacquie Lee of Team Christina made the coaches' chairs swivel during their blind auditions, then never failed to out-belt their competitors to win the hearts of their coaches, and the votes of America to earn a spot in the finals.
But only one could walk away with The Voice title.
He's the Sexiest Man Alive, but Adam Levine proved he still knows how to keep things humble.
The Voice coach poked fun at his smoldering title on the finale Tuesday night and happily let his fellow coaches get in on the action during a comical segment before the winner was crowned.
"Adam might be the Sexiest Man Alive, but they don't know him like I know him," declared fellow coach Cee Lo Green as (what else?) "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred played in the background.
"He ain't sexy," Green added with an exuberant laugh.