Forrás: Daily Mail. Szerző: Chelsea White.
Cee Lo Green could never be accused of trying to fit in, but his newest look takes standing out to a whole new level.
In Monday night’s The Voice premiere, the rapper debuted a full head tattoo, which no doubt shocked the audience and the other judges.
The intricate pattern covers the 39-year-old’s shaved dome from his forehead all the way to the base of his neck in thick black lines.The music judge is, of course, no stranger to tattoos as he is completely inked on both his arms and across his chest.
But while he and his tattooist are probably best friends, his new extreme look is only temporary.
However, it is obvious from the tattoo’s colour that the singer did not endure the pain of the needle but instead choose a henna tattoo.
In a segment, entitled ‘Cee Lo Bringing Sexy Back’, the judge dons his favourite Micheal Jackson-inspired leather jacket and his signature sunglasses while vowing to have the winning team this time around, now he has returned to the competition after a season off.Cee Lo said: ‘I’m looking forward to bringing my energy, my enthusiasm and my expertise to the show.’
‘And I am looking forward to winning this season because I’m entering into to it with a winning attitude so I am just pumped up about being back and being here.’
Fellow original judge Christina Aguilera also returned to sit along side Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, and Cee Lo said it was like getting the family back together.
‘We are generally good friends and that goes for the entire crew. It’s a nice family to be a part of.’
While not appearing on the NBC show, Cee Lo did not get much time off as during his hiatus – he toured and also recording three new projects, including his new solo album tentatively called Girl Power.
Season Five of The Voice returns at a time of triumph for the show having just won an Emmy for Best Reality Show Competition.Despite swapping up the judges – Shakira and Usher joined the panel – The Voice’s last season was its highest-rated year yet, and even managed to beat singing show institution American Idol by more than 1 million viewers.
With the panel now back to its original line up the big red chairs will once again be spinning around every Monday and Tuesday.