Whatta Surprise: Cee Lo Confirms Las Vegas Residency
Posted by Newson 03/02/2012 at 1:02 PM
Cee Lo Green is a man of many personas and many identities, but one quality is consistent across nearly all of them: Dude is a total ham. Yes, Cee Lo is an entertainer and a crowd-pleaser first and foremost, which is why we can’t say we’re terribly shocked to hear that the Ladykiller will be beginning a semi-permanent residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, to be entitled “Cee Lo Green Presents Loberace” (No, we didn’t mean “Liberace,” but thanks, Google) starting August 29th. What will the show consist of, you might ask? Well, the AP tells us two things, courtesy of the show’s producers: “Mind-twisting magic and sexified showgirls.” Sounds about right. (Though aren’t showgirls pretty sexified by nature? Do they really need additional sexification?)
No indications about what the musical element of the show will include just yet, but if we had to bet, we’d say Cee Lo mostly sticks to his Goodie Mob and Dungeon Family-era stuff and mostly stays away from the big hits of recent years. Just make sure you stay away from the John Lennon covers, CL.
Check Us Out On
Login to receive the latest pop music news and exclusive offers from Popdust!
That Lee Hyori reign just won't let up!
Is anybody else surprised at how well this 4minute song is doing, or is it just us?
Who run the world? Blue. BLUE!
What FOOLS we were thinking it was because of Skrillex all this time...
Ke$ha finally put her money where her mouth is: She drank her own pee.
It feels like the perfect night/To design a t-shirt.
Like your boys, cute, talented and from YouTube? Then we've got good news for you.
The students become the masters!
Paris Hilton is about to reignite her pop career and start DJing again. You've been warned.
Hyori once again proves why she's the Queen of K-pop.
The boy band with the bad engrish and amazing electro-pop is back.
And Usher and Shakira are barely hanging on...
There's just something about Demi.
Or she bumped heads with Katy Perry.
We give the Robots' latest opus a song-by-song breakdown, separating the filler from the future dancefloor classics.