‘The Voice’ Top 13 Will All Perform During Next Week’s Finale
The Voice has quite the line-up prepared for next Tuesday’s Season 21 finale. In addition to a number of celebrity guest performers, the Top 13 from this season will all return to the stage to perform.
We’re currently down to the Top 5 artists, who will perform next Monday for their last chance to be named the winner of The Voice. We’ll find out who walks away with the trophy next Tuesday night in a jam-packed episode.
‘The Voice’ Top 13 Returning for the Season 21 Finale
The Voice Instagram account shared a preview of who’s performing during next Tuesday’s show. It includes the Top 13 artists from this season, including the Top 5 (Girl Named Tom, Hailey Mia, Jershika Maple, Paris Winningham, and Wendy Moten) plus eight eliminated contestants.
The Top 13 is rounded out by Team Ariana’s Holly Forbes, Jim and Sasha Allen, and Ryleigh Plank; Team Legend’s Joshua Vacanti and Shadale; Team Kelly’s Gymani and Jeremy Rosado; and Team Blake’s Lana Scott.
The artists will join Tori Kelly and Keke Palmer for a performance of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” from the upcoming movie Sing 2. It’s exciting to see so many familiar faces returning to the stage to celebrate the end of the season.
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Who Else Is Performing at Next Week’s Finale?
Tuesday’s grand finale of The Voice will be star-studded, as two of this season’s coaches will take the stage, along with a number of other famous names. John Legend will be joined by Carrie Underwood to perform their song “Hallelujah,” while fellow coach Kelly Clarkson will also perform.
Former coach Alicia Keys will appear during the finale to sing her new track “Old Memories,” while this year’s Mega Mentor Ed Sheeran will be on hand to perform his hit song “Shivers.” Coldplay will also take the stage to perform “My Universe,” their collaboration with BTS.
Country singer Walker Hayes will also be there to perform his song “Fancy Like.” It’s sure to be an eventful show as we wait to find out which artist will be named the winner of The Voice Season 21. Tune in Tuesday night at 9 pm ET/PT for the results.