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CeeLo Green's a lady killer all right.
Sitting down Tuesday morning on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show, the soul singer and rapper came clean when asked by the shock jock whether he's gotten it on with any of the contestants of The Voice, for which Green returns as a coach later this month.
"I've tried," the Grammy winner confessed to Stern, revealing that he has exchanged numbers here and there.
But CeeLo did candidly dish on one conquest, admitting he once picked up a Voice audience member.
"I caught a wink from somebody," he told the King of All Media, adding that the object of his desire was an African-American woman.
When Stern wondered how he's able to do that, given that he finds it difficult to do the same on his own reality competition series, America's Got Talent judge, the self-proclaimed Loberace explained that the audience staging for The Voice is much smaller than it appears on television.
But Green, who's divorced and has a teenage son, also said he has a significant other whom he's lived with for two years and whom he's called "exceptional."
When Howard prodded him about whether he's had any threesomes, the crooner said that the couple has an open relationship.
The hitmaker is currently making the publicity rounds as part of his reunion with his old Atlanta-based hip-hop group Goodie Mob, who just released their first album in eight years, Age Against the Machine.
The new season of The Voice premieres on NBC on Sept. 23, and CeeLo's True Hollywood Story episode airs this Monday at 10 p.m. on E!
—Additional reporting by Ken Baker
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