The Voice is known for their chair turning performances and amazing contestants but with the show coming back for another season featuring coaches, Shakira and Usher, fans are ready to see the show go to another level. The Voice is set to return on Monday, February 24th, right after the Winter Olympics conclude.
When a reality singing competition features the talents of Shakira, Usher, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, it is no surprise that the show draws the attention of some of the biggest names in music. The show has featured Céline Dion, A Great Big World, Florida Georgia Line and Pitbull. At times these big name artists even take the stage with contestants from the show.
Through out the seasons The Voice has been no stranger to celebrity guest appearances performances. TheCelebrityCafe.com is counting down the top ten guest celebrity appearances from seasons past. Did your favorite not make the list? Comment below and be sure to check out TheCelebrtiyCafe.com for Voice recaps every week, starting February 24th.
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10. Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera – Feel This Moment
This song was heating up the charts when Pitbull and Coach Christina took to the stage. By the time the duo was done performing, the audience was going wild and everyone was out of their seats dancing along.
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9. Robin Thicke –Blurred Lines
Before “Blurred Lines” became one of the largest songs of 2013, Robin Thicke debuted it on The Voice. The rest as music fans know, is twerking history.
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8. Florida Georgia Line ft. Nelly- Cruise
Country artist are lining up for a chance to get on the NBC hit reality show, undiscovered talent and mainstream talent alike. During a past series finale, Florida Georgia Line took to the stage to perform, “Cruise” with some help from remix partner and rap superstar Nelly.
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7. Danielle Bradbery and Hunter Hayes- I Want Crazy
Past Voice winner, Danielle Bradbery was able to perform with one of her idols when she sang, “I Want Crazy,” with Hunter Hayes.
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6. Cassadee Pope and Avril Lavigne- I’m With You
Cassadee Pope first grabbed the attention of fans when she sang songs like, “Payphone” and “I’m With You.” During the series finale, Lavigne joined Pope on stage for this memorable duet
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5. Bruno Mars- When I Was Your Man
The man that is about to take center stage at the Super Bowl is no stranger to the Voice stage. This performance of “When I Was Your Man” became an instant fan favorite.
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4. Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert – Over You
Following the tragic tornados that happened in Oklahoma, coach Blake Shelton teamed up with his wife, Miranda Lambert to perform their emotional ballad, “Over You.” The duo performed this song effortlessly and had such emotion behind every note.
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3. A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera –Say Something
Moments after A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera debuted this song on The Voice, it hit number one on the iTunes charts. This is a musical moment in history for A Great Big World and Voice fans everywhere loved this soft but powerful ballad.
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2. Michelle Chamuel and One Republic- Counting Stars
Even though Michelle Chamuel did not win her season of the Voice, she had the chance to perform with One Republic and their performance is one that is not easily forgotten. If her solo career is not everything she hoped for, Chamuel would make a great new member to One Republic.
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1. Celine Dion and Tessanne Chin- Love Can Move Mountains
When Tessanne Chin found out that she would be singing with Celine Dion, the Voice could hardly form words. It was incredible and unforgettable to see this rising musical star and musical legend come together for an amazing performance of “Love Can Move Mountains.”