Your Guide to The Voice US Season 24 Finale!

The Voice US Season 24 Finale: A Guide To Star-Studded Country Performances And More

The Voice US Season 24 Finale: A Guide To Star-Studded Country Performances And More. ✨ Who Will Be Crowned the Champion? Your Guide to the Star-Studded The Voice US Season 24 Finale! .

Beyond Boots & Ballads: Must-See Performances & Surprises at the The Voice US Season 24 Finale!

The finale will see major names like Keith Urban and Jelly Roll take the stage for special performances.

As another epic season of NBC’s The Voice comes to a close, fans are eagerly anticipating the reality series’ nailbiting two-part finale, which will see the remaining five contestants narrowed down to just one winner.

The live broadcast is set to be an exciting showdown among the Top 5 contestants from Season 24, with each artist also set to perform a duet with their respective coaches.

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As well as these performances, the finale will also see major names like Keith Urban and Jelly Roll take the stage.

For all the information on The Voice Season 24 finale, check out below.

When Does The Voice Finale Air?

Aired in two parts on back-to-back nights, the first episode of The Voice finale will premiere on Monday, December 18 at 8 p.m. ET (for us Aussies, that’s Tuesday, December 19 at noon AEST.)

The second episode is scheduled to air on Tuesday, December 19 at 9 pm — which will be Wednesday, December 20 at 1 pm AEST.

The final two-hour live show will determine and crown the Season 24 winner.

Who are the coaches on ‘The Voice’ Season 24?

Hosted by Carson Daly, this season saw four coaches, including newcomer Reba McEntire, who replaced Blake Shelton.

This year’s hosts are:

  • Niall Horan
  • Gwen Stefani
  • Reba McEntire
  • John Legend

Who are the ‘The Voice’ Season 24 finalists?

The final five contestants are:

  • Huntley (Team Niall)
  • Lila Forde (Team Legend)
  • Mara Justine (Team Niall)
  • Ruby Leigh  (Team Reba)
  • Jacquie Roar (Team Reba)

Who’s Performing?

The Voice Season 24 finale promises a star-studded lineup of special guest performers. Season 22 winner Bryce Leatherwood will grace the stage on Monday, December 18, performing his debut country single, The Finger.

The excitement continues on Tuesday, December 19, with performances from Earth, Wind & Fire, Keith Urban, AJR, Jelly Roll, and Tyla.

Earth, Wind & Fire will treat the audience to a medley of hits spanning five decades, while Keith Urban will make a special appearance to deliver his chart-topping hit, Blue Ain’t Your Colour.

AJR will showcase a mash-up of Bang! and Yes I’m a Mess from their latest album, and Jelly Roll will perform his GRAMMY-nominated hit, Save Me.

Tyla will enchant the audience with her Billboard Top 10 hit, Water, and Dan + Shay, who will debut as coaches in the next season, will make a special appearance to perform Bigger Houses, the title track of their latest album.

How to Vote

Viewers can play a crucial role in determining the winner. Voting is open until 7 am ET (that’s 10 pm AEST) on Tuesday, December 19, and fans can cast their votes via the official The Voice app or by visiting

The Grand Prize

The Voice winner will receive an impressive $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group, while the runner-up will also receive a prize, with the top two receiving an all-expenses paid trip to Universal Studios.

Jelly Roll Will No Longer Be Performing On The Voice Finale

Jelly Roll Will No Longer Be Performing On The Voice Finale
Jelly Roll Will No Longer Be Performing On The Voice Finale

Jelly Roll will no longer be making his highly-anticipated appearance on The Voice US finale, he’s c confirmed.

While The Voice season 24 finale is officially underway, just moments after starting, host Carson Daly announced that Jelly Roll will no longer be performing — though he will now appear on The Voice finale next year.

Posting to social media, Jelly Roll said he was “sorry to have disappointed anyone.”

“I was looking forward to performing tonight on the Voice, but I am extremely sick and unable to perform,” he wrote.

“I’m sorry if I have disappointed anyone— if there was even a slight chance I could perform I would be on that stage tonight. The Voice has been kind enough to have me back in May next year and I look forward to giving y’all the best performance of my life. Thank y’all for all of your love and support!”

Jelly Roll was meant to perform his GRAMMY-nominated hit, Save Me, during tonight’s finale.


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