Before The Voice Season 14 finalists are revealed next week, more superstars will take the stage to perform their latest hits. Panic! at the Disco, Kane Brown and six-time winning Voice coach Blake Shelton are set to perform on the live results show Tuesday (May 15).
Shelton — who still has three artists in the running for the Season 14 title (Pryor Baird, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker) — will sing his newest single, “I Lived It.” The song is on its way to becoming Shelton's 26th No. 1 hit on the Country Airplay chart, as it currently sits at No. 9 (chart dated May 12).
Continuing the country vibes is Brown, who will make his first primetime television appearance with a performance his current single, “Heaven.” The heartfelt ballad is the follow-up to Brown's chart-topping single “What Ifs,” featuring Lauren Alaina, and could potentially become his second consecutive Country Airplay No. 1 the same day he makes his Voice debut (the song is No. 2 on the May 12-dated chart).
Panic! at the Disco will also be bringing some rock energy to the next Voice live results show, performing “Say Amen (Saturday Night),” the lead single from the group's forthcoming album Pray For The Wicked (out June 22). The band recently performed the song on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where frontman Brendon Urie did a backflip before hitting an impressive falsetto note — so who knows what they'll be bringing to The Voice stage.
For the semifinals, The Voice introduces “Special Duets,” which will see the eight semifinalists team up to sing a unique blend two songs. Each singer will also have a solo performance to fight for their shot at the finals.
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.