John Legend and Kelly Clarkson Are Joining ‘The Voice’ Season 11 Live Finale

John Legend and Kelly Clarkson
John Legend and Kelly Clarkson Mike Coppola/Getty Images; Robin Marchant/Getty Images

Get ready for some powerful performances during The Voice finale! John Legend and Kelly Clarkson will be duetting with two of the season 11 finalists on the Tuesday, December 13, live finale on NBC, Us Weekly can exclusively reveal.

This will be the first time Legend is appearing on The Voice. Clarkson, on the other hand, is no stranger to the reality singing competition, having served as a guest mentor for Blake Shelton’s team during the show’s second season.

Legend will be joining Alicia Keys’ soulful 17-year-old Wé McDonald on stage to perform his latest single, “Love Me Now.” Clarkson will be joining the season’s token Grammy-nominated artist, Billy Gilman, from Adam Levine’s team to perform her rendition of “It’s Quiet Uptown” from the Hamilton Mixtape.

In addition to Legend and Clarkson, KISS will be adding a little country flair to their hits “Detroit Rock City” and “Rock and Roll All Night” when they take the stage with Shelton’s final remaining artist, Sundance Head. Cam is set to perform her emotional single “Burning House” with Nashville resident Josh Gallagher, also on Levine’s team.

Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus will be able to sit back and enjoy the superstar duets, as she has no artists remaining on her team heading into the finale after losing Aaron Gibson and Ali Caldwell in the semifinal round.

The Voice two-part finale begins on Monday, December 12, with the final performances from the remaining artists ahead of the Tuesday, December 13, live results show at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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