Season Finale Tuesday, May 22 from 9 to 11 PM ET/PT on NBC
and Winner Will Be Revealed on Two-Hour Live Telecast
on Tuesday, May 22 at 9-11 p.m.
Superstar recording artists are set to perform on the live two-hour Tuesday, May 22 of NBC’s four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series “The Voice.” One of the four finalists – Spensha Baker from Team Blake, Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia, Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly and Kyla Jade from Team Blake — will be crowned the winner.
Additionally, the season finale will feature special musical collaborations with the Top 4 finalists. Three-time and reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year Jason Aldean will make the television debut of his new single “Drowns the Whiskey” off his No. 1-selling eighth studio album “Rearview Town.” Remarkably understated in its arrangement and saturated in well-worn emotions, “Drowns the Whiskey” follows Aldean's 20th career No. 1 single, "You Make It Easy.” Three-time Grammy Award-nominated and BRIT Award-winning multiplatinum singer-songwriter James Bay will perform his latest single “Us,” which is from Bay’s recently released full-length sophomore album “Electric Light.”
Grammy-nominated, massively critically acclaimed English rock band Florence + the Machine, led by Florence Welch, will perform “Hunger,” the first single from their hugely anticipated new album, “High as Hope,” out June 29 on Republic Records. Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum alternative pop maverick Halsey will be joined by seven-time BET Award-winning and Grammy-nominated superstar Big Sean to perform their hit single, “Alone.”
British singer/songwriter and new force in pop Dua Lipa will perform her new single “IDGAF.” Chloe Kohanski, the season 13 winner and this season’s Knockout adviser to former coach Blake Shelton, will also return to “The Voice” stage. The 24-year-old singer from Nashville will perform her new single, “Come This Far.”
On the Live Finale, Part 1, airing Monday, May 21 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT), the final four artists perform live in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Each finalist performs three times – one new solo cover, a special duet with their coach and they debut their first original single. One of the four artists will be a step closer to being named "The Voice."