Ne-Yo, Rob Thomas, and Michael Bublé Set to Perform on The Voice Season 3
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Ne-Yo, Rob Thomas, and Michael Bublé Set to Perform on The Voice Season 3

The Voice Season 3 can’t stop, won’t stop with awesome guest performances and reunions!

On the heels of Juliet Simms, Chris Mann, and RaeLynn’s recently-announced performances on the Dec. 11 episode, Yahoo! Music also reports that a few mentors will take the Voice stage by storm.

First up are Ne-Yo (Team Cee Lo’s Season 2 mentor) and Rob Thomas (the Lady Killer’s Season 3 mentor), who will both perform on the Tuesday, Dec. 4 live results show. Ne-Yo will sing “Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself),” and Rob will perform “Overjoyed” with his band, Matchbox Twenty. As always, both artists will be joined onstage with select members of the Top 6!

Then the following Monday, Dec. 10, Team Blake’s most recent mentor, Michael Bublé, will sing “Christmas, Baby Please Come Home” with the Top 4 finalists.

We can’t wait to see these performers, but who are you most excited to see? Tell us below!

Source: Yahoo! Music

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12.10.2012 / 11:00 PM EDT by Alyse Whitney
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