Bruno Mars is bringing his golden vocals to The Voice finale!
The best-selling singer is hitting the stage for his third Voice finale appearance when season 11 comes to a close next week.
Mars is set to perform his new hit single "24K Magic," the title track off his latest album, which was recently certified gold by the RIAA after the track became the best-selling debut single of his career.
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The 31-year-old R&B/funk superstar's performance airs during the second evening of The Voice's two-part finale on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Recently, Mars joined Lady Gaga and The Weeknd for a performance on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway in Paris, France, where he performed his hit single, along with his new song, "Chunky."
On Wednesday, the Recording Academy announced the nominees of the 59th annual GRAMMY Awards, and many fans were upset to see Mars’ hit album not among those up for any of the prestigious trophies.
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However, it turns out there's a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why Mars (along with Alicia Keys and Frank Ocean) weren't actually snubbed, and it has nothing to do with their music. Check out the video below for a breakdown on why some of your favorite artists didn’t get nominated this year.
The Voice’s two-part finale airs Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.