Stevie Nicks, Miranda Lambert, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, and Train's Pat Monahan Hit Up 'The Voice' (Video)
The big stars performed their hits with the show's final four.
The Voice pulled out all the stops on Wednesday’s finale when it paired its finalists with some of the biggest stars in music past and present.
The iconic Stevie Nicks, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, Train’s Pat Monahan and Blake Shelton's new wife, Miranda Lambert performed their most memorable hit songs with the finalists for their last performances of the season while America waited for the show’s inaugural winner to be revealed.
One especially touching moment occured when Shelton teared up after Lambert and Frampton's performance and said he finally realized what it was he felt for his team's finalist when he saw her on stage with his wife: She's family now. Aw.
Watch all the duets below:
Stevie Nicks sings “Landslide” with Team Adam Levine’s Javier Colon.
Miranda Lambert performs “The House That Built Me” with Team Blake Shelton’s Dia Frampton.
Ryan Tedder duets with Team Christina Aguilera’s Beverly McClellan on “Good Life.”
Pat Monahan pairs up with Team Cee Lo Green’s Vicci Martinez on “Drops Of Jupiter."
Which was your favorite pairing?
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