Cee Lo Green Lives Dangerously at Lollapalooza

Cee Lo Green

Soul warrior Cee Lo Green commanded the stage on Day 2 of Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago. Looking every bit like a rock star in spiked football shoulder pads with chains, the Lady Killer performed a dangerous set consisting of his solo hits and Gnarls Barkley material, plus covers of Danzig’s “Mother” and Billy Idol’s “Flesh for Fantasy.” But despite the showy display, he still had a tough time winning over festivalgoers, some of who booed him. “I don’t give a fuck,” tweeted Cee Lo later that night.

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14 Comments

  1. Andre

    LOL awesome

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  2. WatchTheThrone

    he somehow reminds me of the bad chick from little mermaid….

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  3. **life**

    lol he’s so wierd..

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  4. Stu

    He was awful, start to finish one of the worst sets i’ve ever seen. He’s nothing without the other (bigger) half of Gnarles Barkley.

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  5. Thereal.

    Man what happened Cee Lo? I know times are hard but this…? You don’t need to embarrass yourself for sales

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  6. TheIllest

    lady gaga i mean Cee loo

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  7. Damian !!!!

    Love Cee Lo’s Music & He’s Very Talented But Fuck Told Him To Step Out Side In Day Light With That Shit On ?

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  8. Jay

    That’s a big hot ass mess. Is this a Halloween special?

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  9. PrettyTia_Songz

    No shade but Cee-lo is too little/short for all that weight hes carrying.It looks like a struggle for him to move around.

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  10. WhiteChocolate

    Nobody should hate on Cee-Lo. He looks ridiculous but that’s the point.

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    The Gust Reply:

    @WhiteChocolate, I like Cee Lo’s album… but his set SUCKED.

    While the technical difficulties weren’t his fault, he was off key a few times. At one point he tried to start jamming on a keyboard, but he hit the wrong notes. Most of the songs he played weren’t great for pumping up the crowed.

    He was clearly getting frustrated, but I lost a lot of respect for him when he said something to the effect of “I made a huge sacrifice to perform for you guys this evening”. Uhhhh, ok. You only are being PAID to perform Cee Lo, while we’re paying 90+ dollars to stand in shit (rain from the day before muddied the entire area around the stage).

    At the end of his early-finished set, he quipped “Enjoy Eminem”.

    Seriously.

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  11. andy

    smh

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  12. C94B

    The “spiked football shoulder pads with chains” may be a tribute to Legion of Doom, a legendary professional wrestling tag team originating from Chicago who used to wear this kind of pads on their way to the ring.

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  13. kevin

    it was like he was saying f you to his fans, it was so bad, really horrible.

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