What I liked:
Cee-Lo's performance was good. I think the theme song is decent, and of course we had the clean version of his big hit "Forget You." Also, I don't know if I was the only one who noticed, but did you see him after the performance when he turned to the camera, held two fingers to his mouth and licked them? (It's kind of hard to explain without just saying it, but I think you'd know what I mean if I basically say Cee-Lo Green was motioning for cunninglingus.) Anyway, as soon as he did, the camera immediately cut away because, of course, WWE is PG and kids know what that means. Seriously though, it was funny.
What I didn't like:
The crowd looked dead throughout the performance as is often the case, I don't think I've ever seen a musical performance where the whole WWE crowd is into it (apart from maybe Fozzy). Maybe it was just the TV and the live crowd was loving it. It didn't translate well on TV if that was the case. Also, I recognised Alicia Fox as one of the WWE Diva dancers, and I'm guessing the Bella Twins were there, too. If this is the case, then why would the heel divas want to dance for the crowd? Mind you, we've seen Eve dance.
What I hope this means:
More live musical performances, because good or bad at least they are legitimately entertaining for a cynical douche like me.
What I hope this doesn't mean:
WWE will get anyone to sing. Please don't let Ke$ha anywhere near a WWE event. (I know I could've said Bieber or Black, but that's too obvious.)