When we caught up with coach Cee Lo Green’s glam rockette Kat Robichaud, who was one of two contestants eliminated on Tuesday’s episode of The Voice, she was just as feisty on the phone as she was on stage. She high-kicked, snarled, and crowd-surfed her way to make it to the top ten, in no small part due to her production team. “They’ve never once told me, ‘No, we can’t do that,’” she said.
As the first winner of the Twitter instant save, Robichaud wasn’t bitter that she wasn’t saved again by voters. “I know it’s not the end for me. The whole friggin’ reason I went on this show is to better my career. So this is the jumping-off point.”
Read on for our Q&A with the high-kicking Kat, in which she talks about how Cee Lo orchestrated her performance of Pat Benatar’s “We Belong,” her Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman connection, and her plans for the future.
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