"The Voice UK" coaches are set to come together to perform a Beatles classic during the live final on Saturday (07.04.18).
Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, and Olly Murs will take to the stage at the start of the ITV talent competition's spectacular final this weekend to open up the show with a powerful rendition of The Beatles" classic hit, "Come Together".
Their decision to perform the track as a four-piece comes after they received rave reviews when they performed Nina Simone's "Feeling Good" together to open the series.
And alongside singing together, the coaches are also set to go head-to-head against one another as they will each perform with one of the four finalists in a bid to help them come out on top.
Jennifer Hudson will perform with Belle Voci, Olly Murs with Lauren Bannon, will.i.am with Donel Mangena, and Sir Tom Jones with Ruti Olajugbagbe.
During the final, the top two acts will then get the chance to perform their favourite song of the series, with the overall winner having their track released straight after the programme airs as part of their prize of a life-changing record deal with Polydor.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson previously claimed to have the upper hand when it comes to being a coach on the show, after she herself started her career as a contestant on "American Idol".
The 36-year-old singer - who also enlisted the help of former talent show contestants Leona Lewis and Mo Jamil as mentors for her acts - said: "I have Leona [Lewis] and Mo [Jamil] as my mentors, which ... I think we have a triple power, because all of us have been in the shoes of the contestants. I think we have one up on everyone."
"The Voice UK" live final airs on ITV this Saturday (07.04.18) at 8.30pm.