Hunter Hayes to Appear on ‘The Voice’ Season 4 Finale
'The Voice' Season 4 finale is Tuesday (June 18), and after months of heated competition, the television show's next star will be unveiled. Throughout the night, plenty of other superstars will be taking their place onstage, including country crooner Hunter Hayes.
The lovable and super talented Hayes will duet with Danielle Bradbury, who is one of Blake Shelton's finalists on the show. They'll perform Hayes' 'I Want Crazy,' which will certainly excite all of the Hayniacs watching from their living rooms.
"Hey, @DBradbery, so stoked to sing with ya on @NBCTheVoice #finale #gonnabecrazy," Hayes wrote on Twitter.
Bradberry's strong country vocals mixed with Hayes' smooth voice will probably have everyone on their feet, but the performance is actually pre-recorded, as the young singer is performing in New York City at the same time as the television finale.
In addition to Hayes, other performances include Cher, Christina Aguilera, Bruno Mars and super hot country duo Florida Georgia Line, who'll be heating up the stage with their ever popular 'Cruise' remix along with rapper Nelly.
With two popular country acts and two country music finalists (both on Team Blake), it looks like country music could take over the show, which is what Shelton is hoping for.
The 'Boys 'Round Here' singer has two finalists in tonight's competition, Bradbery and fellow Oklahomans the Swon Brothers. Shelton will find out tonight if he will celebrate three consecutive seasons of Team Blake winning 'The Voice.'
Tune in to NBC at 9PM ET tonight and see who's crowned champion. Hopefully the winning voice will have a bit of a twang to it.