Next week, “The Voice” semifinals begin, and they’re starting off with a bang. On Monday’s performance show, not only will the contestants sing their own songs, but they’ll join their coaches for performances, too. Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, and their teams will unite to sing “Edge of Glory” by Lady Gaga, and Adam Levine and Cee-Lo Green will lead their teams for a performance of “All These Things I’ve Done” by The Killers.
If that isn’t enough awesome music for you, you’ll also be able to check out Blake Shelton’s first-ever television performance of his new single, “Over,” from “Red River Blue.”
On Tuesday’s elimination show, the four finalists will be revealed based on a combination of the coaches’ scores and America’s votes — but not until we’ve seen some performances from some of last year’s favorites. Here’s the scoop from the NBC press release:
“Blake’s season one finalist, Dia Frampton, is set to perform her single ‘Don’t Kick the Chair’ featuring Kid Cudi off her debut album, Red, while Vicci Martinez sings ‘Come Along’ featuring her former coach, CeeLo. Also, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, Cyndi Lauper, graces ‘The Voice’ stage for the first time to perform her classic hit, ‘Money Changes Everything,’ alongside Coach Christina Aguilera’s season one finalist, Beverly McClellan. And reigning champ Javier Colon performs his new single, ‘A Drop in the Ocean,’ off his current album, Come Through for You.”
We can’t wait!