Celine Dion made a guest appearance on Tuesday night's finale of The Voice to perform with Tessanne Chin.
The NBC series is down to its final three competitors and, as the singing hopefuls wait for America's votes to trickle in, the competition is reuniting its past competitors and bringing in popular stars to pepper their fall finale.
Together, Chin and Dion gave a rousing duet of Love Can Move Mountains from the Canadian singer's 1992 self-titled album (see video below).
Hailing from Jamaica, the 28-year-old Chin has carved out a solo career for herself back home but wants to break into the American scene. Despite coming from a reggae background, Chin has managed to perform a well-varied array of tunes during her stint on the NBC show. Chin's last performances consisted an encore performance of Try by Pink, a Beatles' Let It Be duet with Coach Adam Levine, and a solo performance of I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston.
Will Champlin and Jacquie Lee join Chin in the Top 3. Another member of Team Adam, Champlin, is graduate of the Boston's Berklee School of Music and the only male to make it to the final round. Lee is the youngest of the three finalists and hails from team Christina Aguilera.