‘The Voice’: Watch Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley and Other Battle Advisors Talk Dream Duets

by Madison Miller

Over on “The Voice,” it’s not uncommon to see a number of star-studded performances in between contestants competing.

Sitting in the infamous four red chairs right in front of competitors are music industry powerhouses Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Ariana Grande, and John Legend.

Not to mention, we’ve seen plenty of other music celebrities stop by to wow viewers at home. Just this last week it was popular country artist Carly Pearce.

Over the course of the competition, contestants get to work closely with their coaches in order to help craft and perfect their sound. They also get to work with the coaches selected as Battle Advisors. This year Shelton chose Dierks Bentley, Clarkson chose Jason Aldean, Grande chose Kristin Chenoweth, and Legend chose Camila Cabello. Despite being stars themselves, these artists daydream about taking the stage with other performers, dead or alive.

‘The Voice’ Dream Duets Battle Advisors

Now, these advisors are speaking out on who their “dream duet” would be. Jason Aldean said his list “shrunk down” because he has been fortunate enough to get to work with a lot of his dream duet partners.

“I’ve always been a big Elvis fan. I feel like he’s so iconic and still 40 years after his death people still love him and are still talking about him. I feel like he was a pretty amazing artist,” he said.

Meanwhile, Camila Cabello said her dream duet partner would be Rosalía. Cabello said she is a friend of hers and she would love to get in the studio with her. She is a Grammy-winning Spanish singer and songwriter from Barcelona.

As for Dierks Bentley, it comes as little surprise that “The Voice” advisor adores ’90s country. Maybe even more than his love for country, Bentley has a love for his own stellar sense of humor. He said he would love to duet with the Hot Country Knights, which is really his parody band starring his alter-ego Doug.

For Tony-winning artist Kristin Chenoweth, she would choose Madeline Kahn. She is known for her singing and acting career, as well as being the muse of Mel Brooks. On Broadway, she performed in projects like “In the Boom Boom Room” and “The Sisters Rosensweig.”

Chenoweth said she dreams of doing a “Young Frankenstein” duet with her.

Finale of the NBC Show

As for the show itself, “The Voice” finale will be next week.

There are only five competitors left — Jershika Maple, Girl Named Tom, Hailey Mia, Wendy Moten, and Paris Winningham. One of these artists will walk away as “The Voice.”

Also, you can expect a lot of amazing performers to stop by for a visit during the finale show.

According to ET Online, John Legend and Carrie Underwood will perform “Hallelujah” together. Former “The Voice” coach Alicia Keys is also stopping by to sing “Old Memories.” Other performers include Ed Sheeran, Walker Hayes, and Coldplay. Keke Palmer and Tori Kelly from “Sing 2″ will also perform “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” with the Top 13 artists.