Who are the The Voice 2021 finalists?
The Voice has been one of NBC's most popular shows since 2011.
Carson Daily hosts The Voice, a critically acclaimed reality competition show.
The two-part season 21 finale will air on NBC on December 13, 2021 at 8 p.m. ET.
The following are the final five contestants vying for the title of ultimate winner:
The winner of this season's The Voice will be announced on December 14 in a two-part finale, with no members of Ariana Grande's team among the finalists. Season 21 will conclude with a star-studded episode, with big names set to perform.
According to ET, the two-part finale will feature Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Carrie Underwood, Ed Sheeran, and Walker Hayes among the performers.
Kelly Clarkson will also be performing, and she revealed which song she will be singing on Twitter.
"Tonight! On @NBCTheVoice, I'll be performing my song "Christmas Isn't Canceled (Just You)"!! Tune in y'all!-hashtag-WhenChristmasComesAround," she wrote.
Jennifer Lopez announced on Twitter on Monday that she will also be performing in the finale.
The winner of season 20 of The Voice, Cam Anothony, will be announced on Tuesday night.
The Voice has four famous singers as judges for season 21.
Blake Shelton of country music, Ariana Grande of pop music, John Legend of John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clarkson of Kelly Clark
Kelly Clarkson rose to fame after winning American Idol, a singing competition similar to The Voice, in 2002.
In 2014, Blake Shelton met his future wife, singer Gwen Stefani, while working on The Voice.
After both going through divorces within a year of each other, the two surprised many fans with their romance.