Soul star Cee-Lo Green has delighted fans by promising to reunite with his Gnarls Barkley bandmate Danger Mouse to release at least one more album.
Green joined forces with the producer in 2006 for their hit album St. Elsewhere and they scored a global smash hit with their debut single Crazy.
A second disc was released in 2008, but it was feared the pair would go their separate ways after Green returned to focus on his solo career and his upcoming project The Lady Killer.
But the singer/rapper insists fans haven't seen the end of Gnarls Barkley just yet.
He tells CNN, "We'll definitely do one more. And that's so crazy, because we were only supposed to do one.
"I feel so young. I feel like I can do anything right now. I feel like people are hearing me for the first time and I've been around for 17 years, for god's sake!"