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Photos: Cee Lo Green Did Not Reprise "Imagine" at Orange Drive Fest on Miami Beach

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On New Year's Eve, Cee Lo Green rang in 2012 by visiting Times Square, hanging out with Carson Daly, and then brutalizing John Lennon's "Imagine" before a TV audience of millions.

It was a disaster. So the next day, he fled south to Miami Beach for the Orange Drive Music Festival where he (thankfully) did not reprise Lennon's classic song.

He just threw on a purple track suit, smiled wide, and put on a "Crazy" show alongside Cobra Starship and Samantha Ronson.

See the full 30-photo Orange Drive Music Festival with Cee Lo Green and Cobra Starship slideshow.

See the full 30-photo Orange Drive Music Festival with Cee Lo Green and Cobra Starship slideshow.

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