Ed Sheeran, Carrie Underwood, and more set for 'The Voice' finale performances

Catch the two-night finale, beginning December 13
Sheeran, Underwood, Keys
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The Voice finale is upon us, and it’s bound to be an eventful night as some of today’s biggest performers are set to take the stage in celebration of crowning the Season 21 winner.

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Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Alicia Keys and Walker Hayes are all scheduled to take the stage and perform hit songs from the past year. Additionally, Carrie Underwood will sing “Hallelujah” alongside John Legend, while Keke Palmer and Tori Kelly will take on a performance of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” with Season 21’s top 13 contestants.

Last Monday’s nail-biting episode revealed the top 5 finalists who will battle it out on the finale airing live on Tuesday, December 14 at 8PM EST on NBC. The finalists are: Girl Named Tom (Team Kelly), Hailey Mia (Team Kelly), Wendy Moten (Team Blake), Paris Winningham (Team Blake), and Jershika Maple (Team John).

Despite a strong first season as a judge on the show, Ariana Grande is not represented by any contestants in the finale, a situation host Carson Daly warned could happen from the beginning.

Ariana showed no shame in her Voice game as she graciously exited with her pony tail held high.

Catch the two-night season 21 finale of The Voice on December 13 and 14 on NBC.

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