Hooked Up: A backstage pass at the tech behind Cee Lo Green's stage show

Kevin Frazier, co-anchor of OMG Insider, takes you inside 'Loberace,' Cee Lo Green's impressive stage show at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood. Meanwhile, CNET Senior Editor Brian Tong breaks down the latest in wearable fitness and big screen TVs.

Welcome to the start of a new franchise here at CNET -- the first episode of Hooked Up! It's the only show where the world of celebrity and technology collide.

This week, Kevin Frazier checks out Cee Lo Green's Las Vegas show "Loberace" and the technology that's involved in creating a massive production that only Las Vegas can do. Cee Lo also talks about his personal health goals, Goodie Mob's comeback, and their search for the next big music artist.

I'll also break down some of the best ways to bring the biggest TV screens to your own living room. And if you have fitness goals of your own, we'll show you our picks for the fitness tech that will help you get there.

It's the very first episode of Hooked Up right here on CNET, and we're just getting started.

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