Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
CeeLo Green is back on TV!
He's all set to star in a new comedy on TBS called The Good Life!
Sure, it might not sound as sweet as his stint on The Voice, but it's just nice to see his smiling face and sparkling head on our TVs again!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above)!
Aww, it looks like the rest of Goodie Mob will be joining him, too! Or is that Goodie Mom? LOLz!!
The Good Life premieres June 23rd on TBS.
William H. Macy is an absolutely incredible actor. He's so talented, we're always mesmerized by him on the screen.
But this time was different… this was unexpected. He was at the beach in Kauai, a beautiful Hawaiian island, and we were mesmerized by his body!!
He was just relaxing on the beach, playing in the sun and sand with
This news is so shocking, it made our chairs spin!
The off-and-on judge of the NBC singing competition told Ellen DeGeneres that he will not be returning next season or any season after that because he’s got stuff to do!
Like make music! And go out on tour with Lionel Richie!
He explained to ED why he was stepping down from The Voice, saying:
We remember when, we remember, we remember when we lost our minds about how AH-Mazing Gnarls Barkley was, and very soon we can lose them again!
CeeLo Green just revealed that a Gnarls Barkley reunion would definitely be happening!
This totally makes our emotions echo in so much space!
The odd couple that is CeeLo and Danger Mouse will make their comeback next year, according to CeeLo, and we'd do anything to see them perform live!
Does that make us craz-ay? Possibly!
The fiesty Columbian is back and she's sassier than ever! Shakira even throws a couple of punches back to Adam Levine!
Looks like it's going to be a pretty spectacular season!
Ch-ch-check out their return in the promo (above)!!
It looks like The Voice has significantly dropped in their own ratings game!
NBC aired the live finale from 9-11 p.m. yesterday—and the numbers were down 20% from last fall's final episode!
Even though these stats are less than desirable, we have a feeling this singing series is going to be around for a looong time!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]