Carrie Underwood, Ed Sheeran, More Stars to Perform During ‘The Voice’ Finale
Another American Idol champion is making her way over to The Voice. Carrie Underwood is confirmed to make her first appearance on the hit show performing “Hallelujah” with John Legend. Mega-mentor Ed Sheeran is also set to perform for this star-studded finale.
Fans will remember Underwood and Legend’s CMT Award winning song “Hallelujah.” In 2020, they took home Video Of The Year for the hit song off Underwood’s Christmas album, My Gift (Special Edition).
‘The Voice’ Season 21 Finale
Joining Underwood during the finale will be a slew of big names in music. Ed Sheeran will return to The Voice to perform his hit “Shivers.” Coldplay will also perform their BTS collaboration “My Universe.”
Former coach Alicia Keys makes her return to perform her latest single “Old Memories” and Keke Palmer, Tori Kelly, and Walker Hayes round out the list of performers.
When it is all said and done, viewers will have to pick between Girl Named Tom or Hailey Mia from Team Kelly; Jershika Maple from Team John; Wendy Moten or Paris Winningham from Team Blake as the new Champion of The Voice.
New coach Ariana Grande doesn’t have any team members left competing in the finale. It will not be a surprise if she is having second thoughts about coming back to the show next season. Adding to that, Ariana is still a huge star. The Voice is a big commitment, and with talks of a potential Oscar nomination for her song in Netflix’s Don’t Look Up, her schedule may become hectic.