Cee-Lo Green, the frontman for the group "Gnarls Barkley," is sometimes incorrectly referred to as "C-Low." He was born Thomas DeCarlo Callaway in Atlanta, Georgia - referred to as "The Dirty South" by Green.

In a promotion for his autobiography, "Everybody's Brother," Green is billed as the "Abominable SHOWman" whose book offers a glimpse into his "perfectly imperfect piece of mind."

Perfect or imperfect, Green has found himself in court facing charges that he gave the drug ecstasy to a woman in 2012.  He pleaded not guilty to the charge and is scheduled to appear again on November 20, 2013 for a preliminary hearing.

Green is best known now as a judge on NBC's "The Voice."  He teamed up with Danger Mouse to form Gnarls Barkley.  The group came out with the hit song "Crazy" on its debut album "St. Elsewhere" in 2006.

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