Who Will Perform on 'The Voice' Season 17 Finale? Jennifer Hudson, Lady Antebellum, Maelyn Jarmon and More

America's votes are in, and soon there will be a new champion of The Voice. The Season 17 winner is expected to be announced on Tuesday, but not before a few special guests take the stage.

Who Will Perform on 'The Voice'?
Katie Kadan sings during the final round of performances on "The Voice" Season 17. The competition will conclude on December 17, 2019, and will feature a few special guest performances. Trae Patton/NBC

The two-hour Season 17 finale will feature performances from a number of superstar singers, some of whom have appeared on past seasons of The Voice.

Jennifer Hudson is slated to hit the stage and give a special performance of "Memory" from the film adaptation of the Broadway hit Cats. Hudson's performance will mark her first time appearing on The Voice since she took her talents to the international version of the singing competition and was replaced by John Legend in 2018.

Season 16 winner Maelyn Jarmon, who has since changed her stage name to Maelyn, will also return to The Voice stage. The 27-year-old singer is expected to get viewers in the holiday spirit with her rendition of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

Will.I.Am, who served as an adviser for Gwen Stefani's team on this season of The Voice in addition to being a coach on The Voice UK with Hudson, will also perform during the season finale with his Black Eyed Peas bandmates. They'll be performing their newest single, "RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)." Meanwhile Lady Antebellum will take the stage with their chart-topping single, "What If I Never Get Over You," from their No. 1 album, Ocean.

Dua Lipa will belt out her hit "Don't Start Now" off her forthcoming album, Future Nostalgia, and Luke Combs is slated to sing his latest single, "Even Though I'm Leaving," from his record-breaking album What You See Is What You Get.

The special performances should make for one entertaining night of The Voice. However, most of the anticipation of the show will surround the competition's Top 4 contestants—Jake Hoot, Ricky Duran, Katie Kadan and Rose Short—as they await the results of America's votes.

Each artist performed three times during the first part of the season finale on Monday. Along with a cover song, they each performed an original single and sang a holiday-themed duet alongside their respective coaches Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, John Legend and Stefani.

In addition to America's votes, each performer's iTunes ranking will affect their overall outcome in the competition. The Apple Music Bonus went into effect for the final round of performances, allowing each contestants' streams and song sales on Apple Music and iTunes to qualify them for a five-time vote multiplier.

The Voice Season 17 finale is set to air live on NBC on Tuesday from 9 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET.