CeeLo Green channeled Gene Simmons by donning the KISS bassist/vocalist's signature makeup and a wig full of curly black hair and performing the KISS classic "Rock And Roll All Nite" for an episode of Spike TV's hit show "Lip Sync Battle".
Green's competed against comedic actor Russell Peters in the battle, which aired last night (Thursday, May 26).
"Lip Sync Battle" is hosted by LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen. The series is executive produced by Casey Patterson, Jay Peterson of Matador Content, John Krasinski, Stephen Merchant, and Eight Million Plus Productions.
Based on the pop culture phenomenon of lip sync battling, the Spike original series features celebrities going head to head — lip-syncing the song of their choice — battling for the coolest bragging rights on the planet. The series is a ratings and multiplatform superstar for Spike and is the most-watched original series in network history.
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