Miley Cyrus, Cee Lo Green among performers for 'The Voice' finale
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Two former coaches are headed back to "The Voice" for its Season 12 finale, along with a roster of superstar guest performers to help fill the two hours before America finds out the winner of the singing competition.

Miley Cyrus and Cee Lo Green are slated to perform during Tuesday's season-ending results show according to a press release from NBC. Cyrus will perform her new single "Malibu" just two days after performing it at the Billboard Music Awards, and as a reminder that she will be returning to "The Voice" to coach Season 13. Meanwhile, Green will sing a duet of "Shining Star" with Team Adam finalist Jesse Larson after having given up his coaching duties after Season 5.

Chris Stapleton, Zedd and Alessia Cara will all perform by themselves during the "Voice" finale, while Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi and Gladys Knight have all been tapped for duets with Season 12 contestants. Little Big Town will perform "Better Man" with Team Blake finalist Lauren Duski, as three other eliminated artists are being brought back for celebrity collaborations.

Rascal Flatts will sing "Yours If You Want It" with Team Gwen's Brennley Brown, Gladys Knight will perform "You're The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me" with Team Alicia's Vanessa Ferguson and "Neither One" with Team Blake's TSoul, and Fonsi and Daddy Yankee will sing "Despacito" with Team Adam's Mark Isaiah.

Duet partners for finalists Aliyah Moulden and Chris Blue are not yet revealed.

All of these names ensure there will be plenty of musical performances to fill up the two hours before "The Voice" reveals who has won Season 12, although fans will likely find it a bit interesting that eliminated artists are being brought back to the show to perform with celebrity guests. In past finales, the operating procedure has been to have eliminated artists return to perform with the four finalists, as a sort of final collaboration between friends. The press release didn't mention if those "bring back" performances have been nixed in favor of the additional celebrity appearances.

But Cyrus will be on a promotional roll, getting to perform on national television twice in three days while also reminding fans that she's due back on "The Voice" this fall. And while Green hasn't coached in years he hasn't really left the franchise, appearing as a mentor and a musical guest most recently in the Season 9 finale, so it's a bit of a homecoming for him as well. Will he stick around to help celebrate the winner?

"The Voice" reveals its winner Tuesday at 9 p.m. on NBC. For more on any of the artists featured in the finale, click their names above to visit their artist pages at AXS.