We love The Voice, so it's pretty exciting that two number one artists are going to appear on the final of the show. The Voice USA judge Adam Levine's band Maroon 5 and Suffolk's very own Ed Sheeran are to perform for the BBC show.
Presenter Reggie Yates confirmed the news on the show's official website: ""Wowzers. Oh my days. Oh my wowzers. Just a few words to express how I feel about what I’m about to tell you. Shall I shut up and tell you? Yep, fair enough."
Get on with it, Reg! "So it’s with great pleasure and big plate of wowzers (sorry, need to stop saying wowzers) that I reveal the performers for next Saturday’s live final are *drumroll*... ED SHEERAN AND MAROON 5!! Like I said: wowzers (sorry). Hold tight for song info. Exciting. Okay bye, Reggie x p.s: Wowzers"
WOWZERS! Are you excited to see the two perform? We're guessing Ed's going to do something quite acoustic-y and we're hoping Adam Levine takes his top off. Fingers crossed, eh?
In other The Voice-related news, Tyler James and Bo Bruce have said that the competition is so therapeutic they can compare it to rehab!
Sounds a bit much, but Tyler told The Sun: "It is the best therapy I have ever had in my life. When we came into this competition I was a mess. "I had just lost Amy, I was a really nervous, shy person and I have come out of myself"
When he stopped talking about Amy Winehouse, he added: "I have seen people come out of themselves. It's like being in rehab. You see people start to grow from what they were."
Bo added: "It is one big love-in. It is the best therapy you could ever get."
The Voice continues tonight at 7pm on BBC1.