Cee Lo Green Announces 'Loberace' Las Vegas Residency
Cee Lo Green Announces 'Loberace' Las Vegas Residency

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Singer-songwriter Cee Lo Green says his semi-permanent show launching in Las Vegas will feature showgirls, pyrotechnics and other over-the-top touches.

The 37-year-old performer most recently known for his Grammy-winning 2010 single "Forget You" says he'll launch the residency Aug. 29 at Planet Hollywood.

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At least 28 dates through the end of December are set for the production, dubbed "Cee Lo Green Presents Loberace." Some of the late-night shows will run after the "Peepshow" production in the Las Vegas Strip casino's 1,400-seat theater.

Producers promised a "mind-twisting magic and sexified showgirls," saying "Loberace" would highlight Green's flamboyant sense of style.

Green is a coach on the NBC show "The Voice." He's also one half of the duo Gnarls Barkley, which produced the 2006 hit "Crazy."

Green will be joining a number of recent pop music artists with Las Vegas residencies including Carlos Santana and Celine Dion.