NBC's 'The Voice' gets a jump on the holidays with musical guests Michael Bublé, NE-YO and Matchbox Twentyby jmaloni
Juliet Simms, Chris Mann and RaeLynn from season two of "The Voice" will return to sing on Dec. 11; top four artists from current cycle will be paired to perform duets on same show
NBC's "The Voice" will deck the halls in early December with several popular singing stars - including NE-YO, Matchbox Twenty and Michael Bublé - as well as fan-favorites Juliet Simms (Team CeeLo), Chris Mann (Team Christina) and RaeLynn (Team Blake) from the last cycle of the hit vocal competition series.
On Tuesday, Dec. 4 (8 p.m.), NE-YO performs "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" with the artists. In addition, Matchbox Twenty is joined by artists to perform their new hit "Overjoyed."
During the competition episode of "The Voice" on Monday, Dec. 10 (8 p.m.), Bublé will team with artists for his new song "Christmas, Baby Please Come Home." That same night, musician coach Blake Shelton will be joined by his team for a rendition of "White Christmas."
Then on Tuesday, Dec. 11 (8 p.m.), three of last season's competitive artists will perform. Mann will sing his new hit "Roads," while Simms will offer her new song "Wild Child" and RaeLynn will perform her own new song in "Boyfriend." In addition, the top four artists from the current cycle will be paired to perform duets.
As "The Voice" nears its season finale on Dec. 18, when a new champion is crowned, additional vocal guest stars will be named.
The series' musician coaches are Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine and Shelton.
Shelton also will host his own holiday music special in "Blake Shelton's Not-So-Family Christmas" on Monday, Dec. 3 (10 p.m.).