Appearing on NBC's Today this morning, Cee Lo was asked for his thoughts on the incident.
"Actually, I'm just hearing about this today," he replied. "This morning as I get here they ask if I have an opinion about it but I was so caught up in the moment yesterday I had no idea."
Cee Lo described performing with Madonna as an "awesome, wonderful, monumental experience", adding: "Madonna definitely knows how to put on a wonderful show. It was a great production. She did a great job."
'Forget You' singer Cee Lo joined Madonna on the field in Indianapolis at the end of her Super Bowl half-time set, collaborating on her track 'Like A Prayer' while surrounded by a choir.
Watch Cee Lo Green talking about the Madonna performance and The Voice below:
Following the Super Bowl, Cee Lo returned to screens as a mentor on the second season of The Voice - which kicked off with blind auditions - alongside fellow coaches Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
Discussing how the show will remain fresh in its second season, he said: "The integrity is still intact. It's still a brand new fresh idea. The blind auditions is the thing that signifies us the most. I actually believe that has such an infinite possibility.
"It's a show that appreciates the underdog and it's an organic and honest premise to a show."
The Voice continues tonight (February 6) at 8/7c on NBC.