Tony Lucca, Nicholas David, Fallout Boy and More to Perform on 'The Voice'
Tony Lucca, Nicholas David, Fallout Boy and More to Perform on 'The Voice'
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The semifinals for The Voice season 4 are going to be huge. Not only will the Top 5 compete to see who moves on to the finale, but the show has an impressive slate of performers lined up, including three Voice alumni, one coach performance and an extra musical guest.

On the June 10 semifinal performance show, aside from the Top 5 each performing twice, coach Usher will take the stage to perform his new single, "Twisted." Though unrelated, I choose to think of this as a promotion for the June 11 premiere of ABC Family's new drama of the same name.

Then on the June 11 Voice results show, Fallout Boy and a trio of former contestants will all perform. Fallout Boy will do their hit single "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light 'Em Up)," which I knw as the song in all of those promos for The Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals.

The results show will also feature a performance by Adam Levine's season 2 finalist (and Christina Aguilera's former Mickey Mouse Club buddy) Tony Lucca. He will be debuting his new single "Never Going to Let You Go."

The night will also mark the return of Cassadee Pope's finale rivals from last season, Terry McDermott from Team Blake and Nicholas David from Team Cee Lo. McDermott will perform "Pictures" while David will perform "Say Goodbye."

That's a whole lot of talent packed into two nights, not even including the actual contestants. Four guest performances during the results show also means we will hopefully be spared anymore half-assed duets by the contestants, who clearly don't care at all.

The Voice semifinal performance show airs Monday, June 10 at 8pm on NBC while the results show airs Tuesday, June 11 at 8pm.

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