'The Voice SA' season 3 finale has a spectacular guest line-up - you can't afford to miss it!

'The Voice SA' finalists The PJ Twins. (M-Net)
'The Voice SA' finalists The PJ Twins. (M-Net)

Cape Town – M-Net (DStv 101) and The Voice South Africa has revealed the line-up of the big guest stars for the third season live finale on 7 July along with a red carpet broadcast starting at around 16:30.

The Voice SA finale show starting at 17:30 will be an all-out Cape clash.

Either Soné Joubert, Siki Jo-Ann Qwazi, Tasché Burger, Eon le Roux, or The PJ Twins (Peter and John Talmarkes) will walk away victorious at the Mosaïek Teatro in Fairlands, Johannesburg depending on who has been able to garner the most votes from viewers this week.

But the race is not just between the Eastern and Western Cape. This time all four of the show's coaches are well represented by incredibly talented singers in the finale.

Coach Riky Rick is counting on Eon, Lira is backing the PJ Twins and Francois van Coke is cheering on Tasché. Coach Riana Nel is the only one with two talent on stage – Soné and Siki Jo-An.

Which coach will garner the bragging rights for mentoring the new Voice of South Africa?

For the first time in her illustrious career, Afrikaans music legend Laurika Rauch will be on-stage at a live television singing contest, breathing new life into her iconic song, Stuur Groete aan Mannetjies Roux with Soné.

South Africa's Queen of Afro-jazz, Judith Sephuma, will be joining Siki  Jo-An with an apt song for two big voices, I'm Every Woman by Chaka Khan.

The second season's Caroline-Grace Brüssow and Eon are ready to raise the roof with Elton John's Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me, while the singer Timothy Moloi and The PJ Twins are set to go for gold with Luther Vandross' Impossible Dream.

Tasché and her coach, Francois van Coke, will be blending their voices in their version of Toe Vind Ek Jou.

The top 5 will also sing solos during the show, while artists Jo Black and Roan Ash, are also set to perform.

Tune in to see who is crowned The Voice SA season 3 winner on Sunday at 17:30 on M-Net (DStv 101).





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