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Performing live on New Year's Eve, Cee Lo Green made a seemingly minor change to the lyrics to John Lennon's classic song "Imagine" that caused a big uproar.

Shortly before the ball dropped, Green changed the lyrics from "Nothing to kill or die for, and no religion too" to "Nothing to kill or die for, and all religion's true."

This didn't go unnoticed by many fans, upset with the change.

In response, Cee Lo Tweeted, "Yo I meant no disrespect by changing the lyric guys! I was trying to say a world were u could believe what u wanted that's all."

That did little to comfort angered Lennon lovers, who lashed out on Twitter. Watch the performance below (around 4:00) and tell us if you think the criticism is warranted:

What do you think of Cee Lo's "Imagine" lyrics change?


by Hilton Hater at . Comments

How do you follow-up a chart-topping single with the eye-popping title of "F-ck You?"

For Cee Lo Green, the answer was easy: bring Steve Urkel back into the pop culture conversation!

The singer's official music video for "Cry Baby" features Jaleel White, forever known for playing the aforementioned iconic nerd on the sitcom Family Matters, as Green himself, as he lip syncs and dances along to the artist's latest. Unfamiliar with this actor/role? Or anxious to re-familiarize yourself with him? Enjoy!

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Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green are more than just co-judges. They have also been co-workers.

Two of the four panelists on The Voice teamed up awhile ago on "Nasty," a track that is first making its way around the Internet now.

“We did a song together about a few years ago," Green said on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon this week. "It actually was supposed to make the Burlesque soundtrack, but it didn’t make it. But I’ve been seeing people tweet about it lately so I think they’re going to release it."

Give the single a listen now and sound off: What do you think?

by Free Britney at . Comments

A new lineup of chart-topping artists including Nicki Minaj and The Voice coach Cee Lo Green will headline the Billboard Music Awards next month.

Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, the Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna and Keith Urban will also perform at the show, which airs live from Las Vegas May 22 on ABC.

Previously announced performers include J, among others.

Gone Pink

Nicki Minaj and her unique style will be on display.

The Hangover 2 star Ken Jeong will serve as host of the newly revived awards show, which returns with a bang after a five-year hiatus.

Will you watch? Are there too many music awards as it is?

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