"The Voice" Season 4 finale is this week, and as usual, NBC has a pretty impressive slew of talent lined up. Earlier today, it was announced that Hunter Hayes and OneRepublic will be two contestants' duet partners, and now Yahoo!'s Reality Rocks can exclusively reveal that reclusive rock legend Bob Seger will also be dueting on Tuesday's big show.
It's no shocker that heartland country-rockers the Swon Brothers, whose recent stellar cover of Bob's "Turn the Page" help propel them to the finale, are singing with Seger. As for the other two duets, Hunter will surely be the perfect match for country-pop teen Danielle Bradbery, while pop-rocker Michelle Chamuel will surely hold her own alongside Ryan Tedder and company.
While the specific song that the Swons and Seger will be performing is still secret (my vote is for "Night Moves"; just putting that out there), it is known that Hunter and Danielle will duet on "I Want Crazy," and OneRepublic and Michelle will be doing "Counting Stars."
This is in addition to already-announced performances by returning coach Christina Aguilera with Pitbull and A-listers Bruno Mars, Florida Georgia Line with Nelly, and (GASP!!!) the one and only Cher. Set your DVRs now, people.
Which "Voice" duet or performance are you most excited to see Tuesday night?
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