The Complete List of Guest Stars Performing on ‘The Voice' Finale

Before the reveal of the new title holder of The Voice, which will be announced tonight, the singing competition will have a star-studded night of performances by some of the biggest names in music.

But first, each of the coaches will perform with their final artists. Blake Shelton, who has two artists in the finale, will perform with NOIVAS and Grace West. Kelly Clarkson will duet with D. Smooth. Niall Horan will take the stage with Gina Miles, and Chance the Rapper will harmonize with his trio of sisters, Sorelle.

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D. Smooth, Gina Miles, Sorelle, Grace West, Noivas<p>Photo by&colon; Trae Patton&sol;NBC</p>
D. Smooth, Gina Miles, Sorelle, Grace West, Noivas

Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC

The big-name talent for the finale will include special performances from Lewis Capaldi, who will sing his fifth consecutive U.K. No. 1 hit single, “Wish You the Best,” from his new album, Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent, and Alex Newell, who will perform the first Broadway number ever to be done on The Voice, “Independently Owned” from the hit Broadway musical Shucked.

Then Diplo & Lily Rose Diplo will perform their song “Sad in the Summer;” Maroon 5, meaning Adam Levine will be on hand for Blake’s final night on The Voice, makes its debut performance of the new single “Middle Ground;” and Toosii will perform his breakout hit “Favorite Song;” plus CeeLo Green returns for a surprise performance.

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Also making an appearance for the Season 23 finale will be some familiar faces, including next season’s returning coaches John Legend and Gwen Stefani, as well as former coaches Camila Cabello, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, UsherPharrell Williams and Dolly Parton.

The Voice finale episode airs live on Monday, May 22 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

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