We can’t wait for The Voice Season 22’s Live Finale to take place, and we’re excited to announce an on-site lineup of talented performers who will be able to help celebrate the occasion.
On Tuesday, December 13 at 9/8c, the live final of season 22 of The Voice will air on NBC, followed by Peacock the following day. The coaches will perform with their final artists, which will be something special, as John Legend, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Camila Cabello will be there.
Star-Studded Guest Stars Will Appear On The Voice Finale
There will be a star-studded parade of guest stars on hand for The Voice’s two-hour season 22 finale on Tuesday, December 13. Morgan Myles, Baryden Lape, Omar Jose Cardona, Morgan Durant, and bodie will compete for the title in the showdown at the night’s end.
The show will also feature an all-star collaboration. Live performances will keep viewers entertained throughout the entire show. We can expect the following performers to make their way to the stage during the event.
- Kelly Clarkson
Kane Brown & Blake Shelton
Girl Named Tom
Kane Brown and Blake Shelton will perform the title track from their Different Man album. In addition, a solo version of Kelly Clarkson’s Ariana Grande Christmas duet “Santa, Can’t You Hear Me” from her holiday album When Christmas Comes Around…” will be performed at the season 23 coach’s dinner.
The Billboard Latin Airplay chart No. Maluma will also perform one song. In addition, several OneRepublic hits will be played, including “Junio,” “I Ain’t Worried,” and Adam Lambert’s cover of Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World” (which will appear on his upcoming album, High Drama). In addition to Breland’s Voice debut with “For What It Is Worth,” Girl Named Tom is returning to the show for season 21.
During Tuesday night’s semi-final round, Shelton, the lone original coach on Voice, could add another win to his already record-setting resume.
‘The Voice’ 2022: Who Are The Top Five Contestants?
As announced on December 6, there were five finalists in season 22 of The Voice, with the winner being announced the following day. The group includes three Blake Shelton singers, one Camila Cabello singer, and one John Legend singer.
Two more singers were eliminated from the Top 8 during the live performances by Blake Shelton and John Legend and special guest Carly Pearce. Also eliminated was Justin Aaron.
On December 12, the Top 5 will have one more chance to compete before the Finale on December 13. So here are the final five singers on The Voice competing for the top spot.
- Bryce Leatherwood from Team Blake
This 22-year-old Voice alum was a contestant on season 6 before being stolen by Adam Levine. Leatherwood eventually lost in the Playoffs.
- Brayden Lape from Team Blake
Lape is a sophomore at Grass Lake High School in Michigan and a football team quarterback. He plans to graduate in 2025. The teen began learning to play guitar and sing during the pandemic by covering a few songs.
- Morgan Myles from Team Camila
After living in Nashville for 16 years as an artist, the 35-year-old native of Pennsylvania played 117 shows alone in 2021 before competing on The Voice.
- Omar Jose Cardona from Team Legend
Before The Voice, the Orlando, Florida native performed for Disney, headlined cruise ships and sang background vocals for Jordan Fisher. Cardona’s mother, who directs a church choir, inspired him to sing at an early age. It was when he auditioned for a school play that he was willing to perform. The theater soon captivated him, and he embraced it immediately.
- Bodie from Team Blake
Bodie released Me and You, followed by “I Think I Like You,” “Moonlight,” and “Teenage Love.” As of June 2022, his most recent single is “GHOST.”
About The Voice
There is a franchise of international singing competitions on television called The Voice. As of 2010, The Voice of Holland was the name of the series in the Netherlands. Several other countries have adopted the format and began broadcasting their versions of the show in 2011 and 2012. Simon Fuller’s Idol and Simon Cowell’s The X Factor have become rivals for the show’s value.
Undoubtedly, The Voice has a great fan base among its viewers and is doing great daily. Are you looking forward to watching the Finale this year, and if so, who do you think will take home the trophy this year? Let us know in the comments what you think.