"The Voice" season 21 is coming to an end on Dec. 14 and NBC dropped the list of top-notch musical stars who will perform at the finale.

Apart from the finalist of the season – including Girl Named Tom, Jershika Maple, Paris Winningham, Wendy Moten and Hailey Mia – Carrie Underwood and John Legend are all set to perform a duet, "Hallelujah" from his seventh studio album, titled "My Gift (Special Edition)."

Keke Palmer and Tori Kelly will also team up for a duet, "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" while former coach Alicia Keys will perform a new music track, "Old Memories" from her music album, "KEYS (Original and Unlocked)," which is slated to release Friday.

The star-studded finale will also feature Ed Sheeran and Coldplay performing "Shivers" and "My Universe," respectively. Country star Walker Hayes is all set to perform hit music track, "Fancy Like," which was dropped on Sept. 10.

Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Legend, Ariana Grande served as coaches for the current season, marking Shelton being the only original coach on "The Voice" since it began in 2011.

Clarkson has been associated with the singing show for eight seasons while Legend served as a coach for six seasons. Grande made her debut as a coach this year.

The top contestants who will compete for the crown next week include Girl Named Tom and Mia belongs to Team Kelly, Maple from Team John and Moten and Winningham from Team Blake.

The winner of the show will get a recording contract with Republic Records and also take a cash prize of $100,000 home.

While many fans speculated that former coaches Nick Jonas and Gwen Stefani might return for the finale episode, multiple reports noted that Jonas is on a tour with his brothers while Stefani is occupied with her new music.

"The Voice" season 21’s last episode will air Tuesday, Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. Besides watching it live on TV, viewers can also enjoy the finale on NBC's streaming platform, Peacock.

Sheeran played his first gig 14 years ago in front of 30 people
Performing artist Ed Sheeran is pictured playing guitar. Getty Images/Kevin Winter