Cee Lo Green is as comfortable on the small screen as he is on stage singing for fans. 'The Voice' coach is making the move from a reality singing show to his own reality show!

It's unclear whether or not the 'Forget You' singer will be back for the next season of the NBC juggernaut (though in December 2012, he said he would), but it looks like it'd be tough to fit into his schedule anyway.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Green's new series has a working title of 'The Cee Lo Life.' The series, on which Green will also serve as an executive producer, will chronicle the eclectic, eccentric crooner through his busy life of producing, performing, recording and probably scouring for crazy outfits. The show will also feature his Goodie Mob cohorts Big Gipp, Khujo and T-Mo as they work on producing and promoting their new reunion record.

'The Cee Lo Life' will appear on TBS, which has ordered six episodes of the show so far.

"On behalf of Emerald, we are honored for this opportunity to entertain and extend the life of a long legacy of classic programming at TBS – which in our book stands for The Best Station," Green said in a press release. "Atlanta, your native sons, the Goodie Mob, will make us all proud."

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