In addition to Cee Loâ€™s vocal talents and musical siege, the MC properly known as Thomas DeCarlo Callaway found his knack for television in 2011 when becoming one of four judges on NBCâ€™s harmonic reality show, The Voice. Cee Lo teamed up with three other musiciansâ€”Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine and Blake Sheltonâ€”and the multimillion-dollar network to search for and mentor the next rising star.
The Voice is now in its third season, and Goodie Mobâ€™s former front man is said to be bringing in approximately $75,000 per episode. While that may sound like plenty to the public, his per-episode salary is one-third of Christinaâ€™s pay, which is said to be $225,000 per show.
While Cee Lo is currently in the middle of the musical reality showâ€™s third cycle, NBC announced that he will be replaced by R&B singer, Usher Raymond for the fourth season of the show. The Southern rapper is planning to use to the time away from the show to produce new music and work on a scripted comedy for the peacock network.