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The lyrics include 'I said, we don't know, life reminds me of Robin Williams / We've got to laugh the pain away.'
Atlantic Records' Craig Kallman reveals that the former 'The Voice' coach's new album is nearly done and is scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2015.
The three former coaches will help mentor the remaining contestants, including Koryn Hawthorne and Kimberly Nichole, for next week's performance show.
BayFest Music Festival in Mobile, Alabama has dropped the former coach of 'The Voice' from its line-up following the controversial tweets.
The former coach of 'The Voice' has been removed from the line-up of the gig scheduled for September 20 after sending out the tweets considered 'completely inconsistent with Navy core values.'
The former 'The Voice' coach returned to Twitter and apologized in a post which read, 'I truly and deeply apologize for the comments attributed to me on Twitter.'
However, sources said it was canceled because the reality show had been posting poor ratings throughout the first season.
Before tweeting an apology and deleting his Twitter, the former judge on 'The Voice' shared his view about rape, writing, 'People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!'
The former judge of 'The Voice' is ordered by judge to complete three years of probation and 360 hours of community service.
The former judge on 'The Voice' decides to cancel his concert which was supposed to take place at Independence Park in Jerusalem on August 19.
One of the original coaches, Cee-Lo, felt his participation on the singing talent show 'quickly became a job.'
The Goodie Mob member drops the bomb during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', saying, 'I'm not coming back guys.'
When asked by a TMZ videographer at Los Angeles International Airport, the star says that the reunion will happen 'next year.'
The remaining two contestants on Team Cee-Lo are in jeopardy on Tuesday night, but one of them is saved by Instant Save.
The show's executive producer Mark Burnett says they have no plans to replace the Gnarls Barkley member, who is accused of giving a woman ecstasy during a 2012 dinner.