Fleetwood Mac songbird, Train frontman and One Republic singer will join Miranda Lambert in performing with finalists
Wednesday's season finale of "The Voice" will be fortified with some serious star power.
NBC announced on Tuesday that Stevie Nicks, Train frontman Pat Monahan and One Republic singer Ryan Tedder will appear on the finale of the hit singing competition, performing with the season's finalists.
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Nicks will pair up with Javier Colon, while Monahan will duet with Vicci Martinez and Tedder will trade vocal licks with Beverly McClellan. As was previously reported, "New Strings" chanteuse Miranda Lambert will sing with remaining finalist Dia Frampton.
The one-hour finale of "The Voice" — which has consistently topped the ratings since its April premiere — airs at 8 p.m.