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Earth, Wind & Fire Sang an Electric, Career-Spanning Medley on The Voice Finale

The music icons helped close the curtain on Season 24 with a spellbinding performance. 

By Benjamin Bullard

The Voice Season 24 came to an exciting finish on Tuesday night (December 19) with several live performances, including Earth, Wind & Fire. 

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Watch the Season 26 premiere of The Voice on Monday, September 23 at 8/7c on NBC and next day on Peacock. 

The band took viewers on a whirlwind tour of their biggest hits, hyping the crowd, Coaches, and Artists in attendance. With a command of every style from dance to funk to R&B, soul, and more, it was an energetic musical mash-up from one of America’s most iconic Acts. 

Watch Earth, Wind & Fire perform on the Season 24 Finale of The Voice

Earth, Wind & Fire had plenty of hits to choose from when it came to their Voice performance, so the band opted for a medley tackling bits and pieces from several of their hits across the group's storied career. The set list included "Boogie Wonderland," "Let's Groove" and "September." The performance brought some legendary musical gravitas to the finale, spotlighting music legends as the long-running series looks to crown the next generation of potential stars.

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EWF was just part of the bigger celebrity guest performance picture for The Voice’s big Season 24 Finale. The crowning of this season’s winner was commemorated with an incredible assembly of talent all in one spot at Universal Studios Hollywood, including live performances from Keith Urban, AJR, Tyla, and country-pop superstars Dan + Shay — who just so happen to be Coaches for the upcoming Season 25. 

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In addition, Coaches Niall Horan, John Legend, Gwen Stefani, and Reba McEntire teamed up for farewell duets right beside their final Artists and also got in the holiday spirit with a special four-way rendition of “Let It Snow.” Not to be outdone, of course, this season’s Top 12 Artists got together for a turn-taking group performance that brought back more than just a few Season 24 memories.

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One of the great things about The Voice is that it’s always looking ahead, and the start of Season 25 will be upon us before you know it. Featuring Dan + Shay as the show’s first-ever Coach duo, it will also bring back McEntire and Legend, plus Chance the Rapper, a Coach from Season 23.

The Voice Season 25 will premiere Monday, February 26 at 8/7c on NBC, followed by the second episode on Tuesday, February 27 at 8/7c. The Voice will then air Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC at 8/7c and next day on Peacock.