As “The Voice” gears up to crown its season 20 winner, the show is also preparing to celebrate its tenth anniversary. In addition to naming the winner, viewers will also see a plethora of stars take the stage.
The star-studded, two-night finale will include performances from some of the top names in music, including some faces you might recognize. Marron 5 frontman and former “Voice” coach Adam Levine will make his return to the stage to perform his and his band’s latest single, “Beautiful Mistakes,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion.
Additionally, former fan-favorite coach Gwen Stefani will also be back to help crown a winner. She and Saweetie are set to perform their hit single, “Slow Clap,” from Stefani’s upcoming album.
Stefani’s fianceé and current coach, Blake Shelton, will also wow viewers when he performs his new song, “Minimum Wage.” He’ll also be coming back for seconds when he performs his collaborations with his finalists.
Season 20 Mega Mentor Snoop Dogg will also take his “Voice” encore, performing “Sittin on Blades” with DJ Battlecat. Kelsea Ballerini, who recently subbed in for Clarkson, will make her return with her latest hit single, “Half of My Hometown.”
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It keeps getting better: Justin Bieber will perform a medley of his platinum hits like “Peaches” and “Hold On.” Thomas Rhett will later sing “Country Again,” and OneRepublic will perform their brand new hit, “Run.”
Grammy, Emmy, and Tony winner Ben Platt will perform his new song, “Imagine,” while fellow Grammy winner Lauren Daigle will debut her latest single, “Hold On to Me.” On Monday, May 25, the show kicks off, with season 20’s top five artists taking the stage to perform two cover songs. Each finalist will perform a ballad that will be a dedication to someone special, as well as a cover song.
On Tuesday, one of the five finalists will be crowned this season’s winner of “The Voice.”
This season, the top five contestants also had the help of Mega Mentor Snoop Dogg. Although he had thoughts on each of the season 20 teams, he never played favorites.
“It’s hard to say which team that I like working with the best because there’s so much talent inside of each team,” he said in an interview. “Each team has some unique singers and some unique artists that could possibly make it past the show. I know only one person’s gonna win, but it seems like there’s about six or seven record deals up in here.”