The “Live Finale Part 2” of NBC’s The Voice will be aired on Tuesday, May 25, as a winner looks to be found. Monday, May 24, saw the first part of the two-episode finale take place, so Tuesday will see the winner crowned, with the prize being 100,000 dollars in addition to a record deal.
There is an illustrious set of judges, which are made up of Blake Shelton, Nick Jonas, Kelly Clarkson and John Lennon. Team Blake has two contestants remaining, compared to one apiece for Team Nick, Team Kelly and Team John.
The final contestants
Cam Anthony and Jordan Matthew Young (Team Blake), Kenzie Wheeler (Team Kelly), Rachel Mac (Team Nick) and Victor Solomon (Team John) will find out their fate on Tuesday night. The judges – Shelton, Jonas, Clarkson and Lennon – will all perform alongside their contestants during the finale.
It has been widely acknowledged for much of the series that Wheeler is the frontrunner to take home the prize money and to secure the coveted recording contract, but Anthony has emerged as a possible winner of The Voice, with Blake Shelton going so far as to state that he could become the first “superstar” to have been on the show.
Which other stars will perform?
The finale of The Voice has a star-studded guest line-up, which includes performances from Snoop Dogg, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, One Republic and Gwen Stefani & Saweetie, to name just a few. Curiously, former Voice judge Adam Levine will take to the stage during Maroon 5‘s set. He was a member of The Voice‘s voting panel from 2012 to 2016.
When and where can I watch the finale?
The second part of The Voice‘s season 20 finale will be aired on Tuesday night at 20:00 ET on NBC, while it can also be streamed via Peacock, Hulu or YouTube TV. It will be a three-hour episode, following on from each contestant’s two performances on Monday night.