Justin Bieber, Missy Elliott & More To Perform During ‘The Voice’ Finale

Justin Bieber is about to take his turn in front of the four
big, red spinning chairs.

Bieber will perform his hit single “Sorry” on the
December 15 finale of “The Voice,” NBC announced on Wednesday.

Also joining The Biebs for the finale will be Coldplay,
Missy Elliott, Sam Hunt and The Weeknd – all of which will perform during the
two-hour broadcast.

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Coldplay – who were recently announced as halftime
performers for Super Bowl 50 – will perform their single “Adventure of a
Lifetime,” from their new album “A Head Full Of Dreams”; Missy
will bring her new single “WTF (Where They From)” to TV for the first
time, as she performs with Pharrell; Sam Hunt will perform “Break Up In A
Small Town” and The Weeknd will offer up a medley of his hits – “The
Hills,” “Earned It” and “I Can’t Feel My Face.”

The season finale of “The Voice” – where Team
Adam’s Jordan Smith will square off against Team Blake’s Barrett Baber and
Emily Ann Roberts, as well as Team Gwen’s Jeffery Austin – airs Tuesday,
December 15 from 9 – 11 PM on NBC.

— Eric Anderson

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