'The Voice's' Cee Lo Green Performs 'Bright Lights, Bigger City'

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"I was one of the people who wasn't watching NBC either. ... Now I will fight the fight. I'm on board. I'm all for NBC being the top network."

Coach Cee Lo Green brought his trademark razzle-dazzle to The Voice’s results show on Wednesday during a performance of his newest single, “Bright Lights, Bigger City.”

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Green stepped out in a white suit and a short wig styled in what looks to us to be a finger wave style, which he whipped back and forth whenever he had the chance. Fellow coach Adam Levine clearly enjoyed the theatrics.

Released on March 27, the song comes from his third studio album, The Lady Killer. The song has yet to hit big in the U.S., but it has had some success in the European market.

Watch the performance below.

What did you think of Cee Lo’s spirited performance of “Bright Lights, Bigger City”? Do you think the performance will give the single some traction?

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