Cee Lo postpones Vegas arrival amid Strip closure
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Singer-songwriter Cee Lo Green is postponing a grand arrival to his semi-permanent Las Vegas show after a deadly shooting and car crash shut down much of the tourist corridor.
Officials with the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino said they're working to reschedule the event, which was set for Thursday night.
A car-to-car shooting at a busy Las Vegas intersection prompted a multi-vehicle crash early Thursday morning. Three people died, several were injured, and the street was taped off for the investigation.
A suspect vehicle fled the scene and remains at large.
The "Cee Lo Green Presents Loberace" show is scheduled to start Feb. 27 and run for 28 shows.
Green is a coach on "The Voice." He's also one-half of the duo Gnarls Barkley, which produced the 2006 hit "Crazy."
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