Carrie Underwood Joins John Legend For Christmas Performance On ‘The Voice’

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Country music superstar Carrie Underwood took her turn on The Voice stage during Tuesday night’s finale as she joined coach John Legend for a performance of their Christmas duet, “Hallelujah.”

The song, originally released in 2020, was written by Legend and Toby Gad and appeared on Underwood’s first-ever holiday album, The Gift. The official video for “Hallelujah” was released before Christmas last year and earned John Legend his first CMT Award with a trophy for Video of the Year. The win marked the ninth for Carrie who has won that honor three years in a row.

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Carrie and John’s Voice performance was a special one. Many contestants have covered Underwood’s songs on the show in the past, but getting a chance to hear the American Idol champ perform live on a show similar to the one that launched her to superstardom was a real treat.

Carrie and John teased the performance on social media saying, “We hope this song gets everybody into the Christmas spirit. Happy Holidays!”

 

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Mission accomplished! Hear Carrie Underwood and John Legend’s live performance of “Hallelujah” in the video below.