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(Watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syuZt_XJVRw. Lo-Co talks in the Muppet bit at 5:56.)
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{{performer|Bill Barretta}}
 
 
[[File:Cee_Lo_and_Lo-Co.jpg|thumb|300px|Cee Lo (left) and Lo-Co (right) in the "[[All I Need is Love]]" video.]]
 
[[File:Cee_Lo_and_Lo-Co.jpg|thumb|300px|Cee Lo (left) and Lo-Co (right) in the "[[All I Need is Love]]" video.]]
   
 
'''Lo-Co''' is a caricature of [[Cee Lo Green]] that appeared in the video for "[[All I Need is Love]]". Lo-Co made his debut in a ''[[The Voice]]''-style rotating chair after Green dropped in on the Muppets' holiday party.
 
'''Lo-Co''' is a caricature of [[Cee Lo Green]] that appeared in the video for "[[All I Need is Love]]". Lo-Co made his debut in a ''[[The Voice]]''-style rotating chair after Green dropped in on the Muppets' holiday party.
   
He also appeared with the Muppets on both ''[[Good Morning America]]'' and ''[[The Voice]]'' on November 27, 2012.
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He also appeared with the Muppets on both ''[[Good Morning America]]'' and ''[[The Voice]]'' on November 27, 2012. In one speaking appearance, Lo-Co was performed by [[Bill Barretta]].<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syuZt_XJVRw&feature=player_detailpage#t=355s YouTube Video]</ref>
   
 
His name is a pun on the Spanish word "loco," meaning "crazy."
 
His name is a pun on the Spanish word "loco," meaning "crazy."
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Revision as of 21:58, December 2, 2012

Cee Lo and Lo-Co
Cee Lo (left) and Lo-Co (right) in the "All I Need is Love" video.

Lo-Co is a caricature of Cee Lo Green that appeared in the video for "All I Need is Love". Lo-Co made his debut in a The Voice-style rotating chair after Green dropped in on the Muppets' holiday party.

He also appeared with the Muppets on both Good Morning America and The Voice on November 27, 2012. In one speaking appearance, Lo-Co was performed by Bill Barretta.[1]

His name is a pun on the Spanish word "loco," meaning "crazy."

Sources

  1. YouTube Video

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