Someone has agreed to publish Cee Lo Green's sure-to-be-wacktastic memoir. The five-time Grammy-winning singer and The Voice judge announced yesterday that, at the ripe age of 37, he has decided to reflect. The as-yet-untitled book (but who wouldn't put money on some iteration of Forget You?) will hit the market next year.
In an official statement (via the Hollywood Reporter) that no doubt is riding the buzz following his recent announcement of new solo and Goodie Mob albums, Cee Lo introduced the book in mystical fashion, foretelling, "You will enter into the supernatural, the surreal, and extraordinary... I will make you a believer. I talk about art imitating life; YOU discover CRAZY." We're not totally clear on the Ghostbusters part of that promise, though that sparkly cape from the Super Bowl Halftime Show was slightly "supernatural."
Topics Cee Lo will probably tackle include his Goodie Mob adventures (which involve $10,000 worth of strippers) and his er, interesting dominatrix getup from Lollapalooza last year. The book will be co-penned by David Wild, who just recently aided Brad Paisley in his own memoir endeavors, Diary of a Player: How My Musical Heroes Made a Guitar Out of Me. Will Cee Lo's book feature that freaky white cat of his that frequents his chair on The Voice? Good lord, we hope so.