Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine Return for ‘The Voice’ Finale
The Voice Season 20 finale is finally here, and the two-night even features a star-studded lineup of performers. The show features returning coaches Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine, as well as several other big names in music.
We can’t wait to see veteran coach Blake Shelton reunite with his bestie Adam Levine, who will be performing with Maroon 5. Shelton’s fiancée and former coach Gwen Stefani will also make an appearance during the finale.
‘The Voice’ Finale Lineup Includes Gwen Stefani, Maroon 5
Last season’s winning coach Stefani will be performing with Saweetie during next week’s finale. The pair recently released a song called “Slow Clap.” Levine will also be appearing with his band Maroon 5 to perform their song “Beautiful Mistakes.”
Country star Kelsea Ballerini will also be performing next week. Ballerini filled in for Kelly Clarkson as a guest coach during the Battles, and was previously the fifth coach on The Voice online series “The Comeback Stage.” Snoop Dogg, who served as this season’s Mega Mentor in the Knockouts, will be appearing during the finale with DJ Battlecat.
Other big names who are listed in the lineup are Justin Bieber, Lauren Daigle, Thomas Rhett, OneRepublic, and Ben Platt. The new trailer for the movie adaptation of the musical Dear Evan Hansen has put Platt’s name back in the news recently.
What to Expect from the Season Finale
In addition to the celebrity guests, The Voice‘s two-night finale will feature performances from the Top 5 artists. After performing in the Semifinals, the Top 9 was narrowed down to one artist from each team, plus a wildcard chosen in the Instant Save vote.
Kenzie Wheeler is representing Team Kelly, Victor Solomon is representing Team Legend, and Rachel Mac is representing Team Nick. Team Blake, meanwhile, has two artists in the finale — Cam Anthony and Instant Save winner Jordan Matthew Young.
The Top 5 will perform for America’s vote on Monday night, and the winner of Season 20 will be announced during Tuesday’s results show. Tune in at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.