Jason Aldean to debut “Drowns the Whiskey” on “The Voice,” minus Miranda

Jason Aldean to debut “Drowns the Whiskey” on “The Voice,” minus Miranda

ABC/Image Group LA Jason Aldean‘s new single, “Drowns the Whiskey,” will have its TV premiere during Tuesday’s season finale of The Voice. Since the song happens to be a duet with coach Blake Shelton‘s ex, Miranda Lambert, it’s pretty safe to assume someone else will be singing her part.

In fact, the two-hour episode will feature the Top 4 — Spensha Baker from Team Blake, Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia, Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly, and Kyla Jade from Team Blake — pairing up with various stars to collaborate. 

Kane Brown, who sang his current #1, “Heaven,” on the show last week, will return to recreate his chart-topping duet “What Ifs,” with Spensha Baker subbing for Lauren Alaina

Julia Michaels, who has a hit right now with Keith Urban on “Coming Home,” guests on the episode as well, along with Jennifer HudsonRyan Adams, and others.

You can tune in to find out who wins Tuesday starting at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. 

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