The 'Your Body' singer has reportedly signed on to return as a coach on the NBC singing competition, while the Gnarls Barkley member is in advanced negotiations for the same gig.
Christina Aguilera and Cee-Lo Green could be back on "The Voice" after a one-season break. Deadline and The Wrap report that the former Mouseketeer is set to return in the fifth season of the reality singing competition series, with the latter learning from an NBC executive that she'll be paid $12.5 million for the season.
Another insider claims Xtina could make as much as $17 million, the same amount she allegedly earned when she was a coach in season 3, depending on the number of hours she appears on the show.
Cee-Lo, meanwhile, is allegedly still negotiating his deal with the NBC show. "We are not there yet, but working toward it," the NBC executive reportedly says.
NBC has not commented on the report. Christina and Cee-Lo are replaced by Shakira and Usher in the current season 4, which recently featured performances from the Top 12. The show will return Tuesday, May 14 with the results of which contestants make it to the Top 10.