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Cee-Lo Green Confirms He'll Return to 'The Voice' in Season 5

December 21, 2012 (3:30 am) GMT
It seems that Usher's stint on the singing competition will be short-lived since the 'F**k You' hitmaker announces he will be away for one season only.

How long will Green take a break from ""? During a visit to "" show on Thursday, December 20, the member said he would come back to sit on the spinning chair of the singing competition in its fifth season that is set to air in fall 2013.

"Let's be straight about this ladies and gentlemen: I'm not leaving 'The Voice.' I'll be back for Season 5. I'm going on hiatus. I'm doing a Las Vegas residency next year," the Goodie Mob star explained during his appearance the morning show.

He will be replaced by and fellow judge who will also take a hiatus will be replaced by . The two new additions will join original judges and 's for the Spring 2013 cycle.

The third season came to end on December 18. Cee-Lo's protege Nicholas David faced off Blake's two team members and Terry McDermott. Cassadee won the contest, Terry became the runner-up, while Nick finished third.

"I really did think that my Nicholas (David) did have a very strong chance, and I do believe that he should have won," Cee-Lo told TV host , before adding quickly, "Cassadee is really talented, so we also congratulate her as well."

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