Next week, The Voice season seven will finally wrap up after months of competition, and Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine, Pharrell and Blake Shelton won't be the only major stars on the show. Today (Dec. 12), the NBC singing competition announced the guest appearances on the finale, and it's going to be a jam-packed night.
According to The Voice's Twitter, Ed Sheeran, Hozier, Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars, Jennifer Hudson and Lynyrd Skynyrd will all appear on the finale.
Fans of The Voice shouldn't be surprised at the roster of superstars set to join the show. Three of the acts have had their own hits covered on the show this season.
Sheeran has been a frequent artist covered on the show. Finalist Chris Jamison performed "Don't," his fellow finalist Matt McAndrew took on Sheeran's version of "Make It Rain" and eliminated contestant Luke Wade performed "Thinking Out Loud."
Jamison also covered Ronson and Mars's current hit "Uptown Funk" and McAndrew famously covered Hozier's "Take Me To Church."
With big songs like that already in The Voice's rotation, it's hard not to imagine some big, dream-worthy collaborations, though that has not been confirmed by the show. (Also imagine the power of Damien singing alongside JHud and Craig Wayne Boyd with Lynyrd Skynyrd behind him.)
Regardless of whether or not there will be team-ups on the show, The Voice's season finale is bound to be a good one. The top three singers, Craig Wayne Boyd, Matt McAndrew and Chris Jamison as well as "saved" contestant Damien will sing for the chance to be the latest "Voice."
The Voice finale will air on Monday, Dec. 15.