"F— you" singer Cee Lo Green will play an entertainer who, surprisingly, needs help controlling his temper
Cee Lo Green, the singer who brought the song "F— You" to the world, is in need of some "Anger Management"? Improbable as it may seem, it's happening.
Green, singer of the aforementioned song as well as a coach on NBC's singing competition "The Voice," will guest-star on an episode of Charlie Sheen's small-screen adaptation of "Anger Management" when it returns for a second season on FX.
Green — who's taking a hiatus from "The Voice" to pursue other projects, including his Las Vegas revue Loberace — will play himself on the episode.
The singer, as he'll appear on "Anger Management," is described as "the nicest guy in show business who is afraid he'll blow up under stress, so he hires Charlie to help control his anger.”
(On the series, an adaptation of the 2003 Jack Nicholson-Adam Sandler film, Sheen plays anger-management counselor Charlie Goodson.)
Green has been spreading his wings into acting territory lately; in addition to the upcoming Keira Knightley film "Can a Song Save Your Life?" the singer may star in an NBC sitcom, as a product of a first-look deal he's signed with the network.