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Michael Buble, Ne-Yo and Matchbox Twenty will perform on NBC’s reality singing competition The Voice in December, along with former season 2 contestants Juliet Simms, Chris Mann and RaeLynn.
According to the Hollywood Reporter Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas, Michael Buble, and Ne-Yo, were all mentors for the show.
On the Tuesday, December 4 show, Ne-Yo will perform “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)” while Matchbox Twenty will sing “Overjoyed.” The artists will be joined by the contestants.
Buble will perform “Christmas, Baby Please Come Home “on Monday, December 10 with the remaining contestants. Coach Blake Shelton will perform “White Christmas” that night with his team.
Former contestant Juliet Simms from Team CeeLo will sing her new song “Wild Child.” RaeLynn from Team Blake will sing her new song “Boyfriend.” Team Christina’s Chris Mann will perform his new song “Roads.” All three will perform on Tuesday, Dec. 11. The top 4 from the current season will sing duets.
Examiner reports season 2 winner Jermaine Paul’s album has been pushed back to next year, instead of coming out in December. He did appear on the program again this season to sing his song "I Believe In This Life."
Season 2 finalist Tony Luca said in October he may make an appearance on the show, saying: "I think I’ll be coming out to LA for the finals of Season 3. They’ve got us slated for that.”
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.