'The Voice' Season 1 Finalists To Perform As Season 2 Finalists Revealed
'The Voice' Season 1 Finalists To Perform As Season 2 Finalists Revealed

NBC's The Voice is welcoming back its four finalists from Season 1, who will each perform on this Tuesday's live results show. Winner Javier Colon (Team Adam), runner-up Dia Frampton (Team Blake) and finalists Beverly McClellan (Team Christina) and Vicci Martinez (Team Cee Lo) will all return to the show less than a year after the first-season finale.

There will also be some special guests: Frampton will be performing with Kid Cudi, with whom she worked on the single "Don't Kick The Chair" off her album Red, and McClellan will take the stage with Cyndi Lauper.

Since the end of season one, all four finalists have continued to work steadily. Colon released two albums, Come Through For You and a Christmas EP, appeared on NBC's holiday special Christmas In Rockefeller Center, and has toured across the country.

Frampton released Red and joined Shelton on his recent "Well Lit and Amplified" tour before embarking on solo stops. She is currently on the road with The Fray. Shelton also appeared on Red, lending his vocals to the track "I Will."

McClellan put out the album Fear Nothing and also continues to tour. She appeared at a Grammy Foundation benefit prior to this year's Grammy Awards and opened for the legendary B.B. King at several shows.

Tuesday is an especially important day for Martinez. In addition to her performance, it is also the release day for her four-song EP "Come Along," which will be available on iTunes. The title is taken from the first single, which features Green and which she performed on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Her full album arrives on June 26. Her recent tour stops include Los Angeles' Viper Room.

On Tuesday night, the four finalists for Season 2 of The Voice will also be announced. You can see all the performances and results tomorrow at 9 PM ET/PT on NBC.

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