Michael Buble to perform on The Voice
Michael Bublé has been confirmed to perform two songs during 'The Voice's grand finale on June 22
Michael Bublé will appear on 'The Voice'.
The Canadian crooner is going to serenade the audience with two of his hit songs during the BBC One show's grand finale on June 22, with one of the performances being made exclusively available via 'The Voice' UK website.
The star previously joined 'The Voice' USA coach Blake Shelton as a battle advisor during season three of the show, as well as performing on the American programme, but has only ever graced the British version via video message in support of auditionee Sam Hollyman, who he had once sung alongside.
The action-packed live shows - which begin on Friday (07.06.013) - will also see the return of season one contestants Leanne Mitchell, Tyler James, Bo Bruce and Vince Kidd. The four finalists - who were mentored by coaches Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am, Danny O'Donoghue and Jessie J respectively - have all gone on to launch solo careers.
The foursome will each perform their new singles, with Leanne singing 'Pride'; Tyler, 'Worry About You'; Bo, 'Save Me' and Vince, 'You and Me'.
Rising star Tom Odell - who was discovered by Lily Allen - has also been confirmed to appear on the live shows, with the Brits Critics Choice Award 2013 winner scheduled to perform his single 'Another Love' on this Friday's live show.