'The Voice' Season 20 Finale: Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Justin Bieber on show's star-studded performers list
It seems like the season finale of 'The Voice' will also set the stage for a few reunions. Former 'The Voice' coaches Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani will return to the show, to perform at what is looking to be an increasingly star studded finale. Fans may be excited to see lovebirds Gwen and Blake back on the sets of the show once again, but it's Adam that as usual seems to have Blake tickled pink quite literally, with his pink hairdo.
Adam is returning to the show after four seasons and will be performing Maroon 5's latest hit, 'Beautiful Mistakes'. In a statement to Billboard about returning to the show, Adam cheekily said, "It’s good to be back on The Voice and see Carson, Kelly, Nick, and John," leaving Shelton's name off the list.
Fans will no doubt be looking forward to Blake's banter with Adam and Blake's blushes with fiancee Gwen Stefani. Gwen will be performing her latest single, 'Slow Clap' featuring rap star Saweetie at the finale and we're sure she'll get plenty of slow claps from her biggest fan Blake. Besides 'The Voice' alumni performances, the finale's big-ticket performance will be Justin Bieber performing a medley of his platinum hits 'Peaches' and 'Hold On'. Season 20 Mega Mentor Snoop Dogg will be back on 'The Voice' sets to perform 'Sittin on Blades' with DJ Battlecat. Besides this fans can look forward to performances from OneRepublic who will perform their new hit single 'Run'. Two-time Grammy Award winner Lauren Daigle will perform her new single 'Hold On to Me' and Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award-winning actor and musician Ben Platt will perform his new single 'Imagine' which has over 5 million global streams to date.
For country fans Thomas Rhett will perform his new single 'Country Again', while guest judge Kelsea Ballerini will move from the judges' seat to the stage and will perform her latest hit single 'Half of My Hometown'. Blake will perform his hit single 'Minimum Wage' from his new album 'Body Language'.
As for what fans can expect from the stars to be, the contestants, coaches Blake, Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas and John Legend will perform with their final artists in what will be a fitting goodbye. To catch the grand goodbye to Season 20 of 'The Voice' you can catch the two-hour live season finale on Tuesday, May 25, between 8-10 pm ET/PT on NBC.