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Cee Lo to Become a Talk Show Host on Fuse

Rapper, proucer, and The Voice vocal coach Cee Lo Green will kick off his own talk show on Fuse on June 22, according to Paste.


The upcoming show, entitled Talking to Strangers, is a performance and interview series that's all about Cee Lo sitting down to interview indie, rap and R&B artists. Lupe Fiasco, Keri Hilson, TV On The Radio, Estelle, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Kelly Rowland, and Train are among Ceel Lo's guests that have either already been announced on the show's webpage or are featured in the show preview.

Naturally, Cee Lo is the star of the show on Talking to Strangers, but he also uses the help of some Avenue Q-style puppets to make the show a little more exciting.

The new series will include plenty of performances from Cee Lo himself, in addition to performances by his guests.

Check out the preview for Talking to Strangers and read more daily music news and gossip about Atmosphere, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Morrissey after the jump...


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