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Rod Stewart, Cee Lo Green and Lady Antebellum set to perform on ‘The Voice’

By Daniel S Levine,

Get ready for a The Voice reunion next week when Cee Lo Green returns to the show. He is among several music stars slated to perform on NBC’s hit show in the coming weeks.

NBC officially announced Monday afternoon that the “Forget You” singer will join rock legend Rod Stewart on the Wednesday, May 8 episode. Green was one of the mentors on the show during its first three seasons, along with Christina Aguilera. The two singers took a break from the show for its current spring season and were replaced by Usher and Shakira.

The two-hour Tuesday, May 14 episode will feature performances from country group Lady Antebellum, Robin Thicke with Pharrell Williams and T.I. Williams and Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott previously made guest appearances on The Voice as special advisers earlier this season. Thicke was an adviser on season two.

Green will perform “Only You,” which is featured on his upcoming album Girl Power, while Lady Antebellum will sing “Goodbye Town” off of their May 7 release, Golden.

Thicke, Williams and T.I. will perform their YouTube hit “Blurred Lines.” Williams also recently collaborated with Daft Punk for “Get Lucky.”

You can check out our latest The Voice recap here.

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