When asked by a TMZ videographer at Los Angeles International Airport, the star says that the reunion will happen 'next year.'
Cee-Lo Green has confirmed that the Gnarls Barkley reunion is happening. When asked about the matter by a TMZ videographer at Los Angeles International Airport, the coach of "The Voice" said, "Yeah, like next year."
Gnarls Barkley, comprising of Cee-Lo and Danger Mouse, has released two albums 2006's "St. Elsewhere" and 2008's "The Odd Couple". Additionally, the duo's 2006 song "Crazy" reached platinum in at least four countries and the tune won a Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance in 2007.
Cee-Lo has made promises about a reunion before. In 2011, he told Us Weekly that fans could expect a new Gnarls Barkley album soon, saying, "I would hope it would break more grounds. Knowing the nature of the space that we shared I am pretty sure it will be somewhat similar."
TMZ speculates the band might actually make it happen this time. According to the site, the reunion could happen at next year's Coachella Valley Music Festival in California since their friend Outkast recently confirmed they would be performing at the event.