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Published: Friday December 13, 2013 MYT 6:40:00 PM
Updated: Friday December 13, 2013 MYT 6:50:35 PM

Gaga, Dion and OneRepublic among top performers at 'Voice' finale

Lady Gaga may have to tone down her performance on the family-friendly reality TV singing show ‘The Voice’. – AFP

Lady Gaga may have to tone down her performance on the family-friendly reality TV singing show ‘The Voice’. – AFP

Singers will be part of the star-studded line-up for the season-ending gig.

NBC’s The Voice has packed next Tuesday’s finale with several big-name performers. Among them, pop star Lady Gaga, pop diva Celine Dion and pop rockers OneRepublic.

Gaga is set to perform her newest single Do What U Want from her album Artpop. It remains to be seen if her duet partner on the song, R&B singer R. Kelly, will make an appearance though they may have to tone down the performance they did on NBC’s Saturday Night Live on Nov 16 for The Voice’s family audience.

Dion will sing her duet with Ne-Yo titled Incredible. The single hails from her newest album Loved Me Back To Life.

And OneRepublic, whose lead singer Ryan Tedder serves as the show’s in-house producer and songwriter, will perform I Lived from their latest album Native.

Tedder is also set to contribute an original single for the show’s winner, which will be performed at the conclusion of the finale.

The Voice finalists will perform another time for this season’s championship on Monday. They are Team Adam Levine’s Tessanne Chin, Team Christina Aguilera’s Jacquie Lee and Team Adam’s Will Champlin. – Reuters

Tags / Keywords: Entertainment, The Voice, finale, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, OneRepublic, performers

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