‘The Voice’ Season 14 Finale Performers Announced

The Voice Season 14 Finale Performer Jason Aldean
Jason Aldean performs on NBC’s ‘Today Show’ (Photo by: Nathan Congleton / NBC)

Jason Aldean’s set to take the stage to perform during The Voice season 14 finale. NBC also confirmed James Bay, Florence + the Machine, Halsey and Big Sean, Dua Lipa, and season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski will perform during the two-hour finale on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.

The top four finalists – Spensha Baker from Team Blake, Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia, Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly, and Kyla Jade from Team Blake — will have one final opportunity to impress audiences into voting for them when they perform during the final round of singing on Monday, May 21st. Each finalist will perform three songs during the May 21st episode including one new solo cover, a duet with their coach, and their first original single.

Jason Aldean will perform “Drowns the Whiskey,” marking the television debut of the single from his latest album Rearview Town. James Bay will sing his latest single, “Us,” from his sophomore album Electric Light. Florence + the Machine are confirmed to perform “Hunger” from High as Hope. High as Hope will be released on June 29, 2018 by Republic Records, and “Hunger” is the first single from the album.

Halsey and Big Sean will take the stage together to perform “Alone” from Halsey’s second album, hopeless fountain kingdom. Dua Lipa, the first solo female artist to hit the 1 billion views mark on YouTube, will sing “IDGAF.”

The Voice season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski will sing her new single, “Come This Far.” Kohanski also served as a Knockout adviser to Blake Shelton earlier this season.

The coach lineup for season 14 included original The Voice coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as well as Alicia Keys and first-timer Kelly Clarkson. Clarkson, Levine, and Shelton will return for season 15. They’ll be joined by season 13 coach Jennifer Hudson.