The Voice 2017 Season 13 is back with its season finale on Monday and Tuesday.
The Top 4 will perform on Monday, December 18, 2017, with the final results following on Tuesday, December 19, 2017.
The remaining Top 4 finalists will perform a solo cover song, a duet with their coach, and an original song.
Competing to be The Voice champion are Chloe Kohanski from Team Blake, Addison Agen from Team Adam, Brooke Simpson from Team Miley and Red Marlow from Team Blake.
Just recently, The Voice announced the the guest stars and collaborations for next week’s finale.
Musical guests includes Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, N.E.R.D., Charlie Puth and Sia. Collaborators are The Voice Top 8, Bastille, Vince Gill, Billy Idol, Jessie J, Norah Jones and Bebe Rexha.
(Spoiler) According to reports, Noah Mac and Bastille will perform “World Gone Mad.” Vince Gill and Red Marlow will perform “When I Call Your Name.” Billy Idol will perform “White Wedding” with Chloe Kohanski.
Jessie J will perform “Not My Ex” with Davon Fleming. Norah Jones and Addison Agen will perform “Don’t Know Why.” Bebe Rexha will perform “Meant to Be” with Adam Cunningham and Keisha Renee. Sia will perform “Titanium” with Brooke Simpson.
Song titles for the Top 4 Finale are revealed. Below is the list.
Addison Agen – Team Adam
“Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw – Solo
“Tennessee Rain” by Addison Agen – Original
“Falling Slowly” by Addison Agen and Adam Levine – Duet
Red Marlow – Team Blake
“To Make You Feel my Love” by Bob Dylan – Solo
“I Pray” by Red Marlow – Original
“I’m Gonna Miss Her” by Red Marlow and Blake Shelton – Duet
Chloe Kohanski – Team Blake
“Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes – Solo
“Wish I Didn’t Love You” by Chloe Kohanski – Original
“You Got It” by Chloe Kohanski and Blake Shelton – Duet
Brooke Simpson – Team Miley
“O Holy Night” – Solo
“What is Beautiful” by Brooke Simpson – Original
“Wrecking Ball” by Brooke Simpson and Miley Cyrus – Duet
The Voice is a top rating singing competition aired on NBC. The show is based on the original The Voice of Holland.
The Voice aims to find currently unsigned singing talents ages 15 or above.
The winner is determined by television viewers through public voting. The winner will receive $1M cash prize and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
The Voice returns with Semifinals next week on NBC at 8/7c with Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Jennifer Hudson and Miley Cyrus as judges and Carson Daly as host.