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Beside Nicki Minaj whose participation has been found out earlier, there's Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Foo Fighters and a couple others.
While the 'Mr. Know It All' singer is set to sing 'The Star-Spangled Banner', Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are expected to perform 'America the Beautiful'.
During the Charles Barkley-hosted episode, the champion of 'American Idol' first season sings 'Mr. Know It All' and 'What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)'.
The 'American Idol' alumna and Miranda Lambert will assist Blake Shelton in coaching his team members, while the 'Just Go' crooner and Jewel will give advice to Christina Aguilera's proteges.
According to Nielsen SoundScan data, the final figure of 'Stronger' shows that the album actually adds only 25,000 copies, which is 40 percent lower than that of last week.
'Our supporters were so enthusiastic about it they went out and bumped up sales of her record by 600 percent,' the Republican presidential candidate says.
The 'Mr. Know It All' hitmaker has made a huge jump from No. 41 to No. 13 on Amazon's 'Movers and Shakers in Music' list one day after her endorsement to Ron Paul was criticized by many.
As Clarkson deals with attacks for supporting the Republican candidate, Shelton sends some love by writing on Twitter, 'I really wouldn't mind throat punching someone for you either!!'
The winner of 'American Idol' inaugural season is joined by Gnarls Barkley star, Cee-Lo Green, in the performer lineup of the family-friend festivity.
Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, Jessie J and Florence Welch are also seen taking part in the tribute concert to the big cities where soul music originated and ultimately flourished.
The 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' music video sees Kelly rocking out with her band and her devotees showing off their best dance moves in a flash mob.
The Mother Monster steals attention with her signature elaborate performances, while Kelly and Demi delight their devotees by making a surprise duet.
Listen to the former 'American Idol' champ embracing the holiday spirit in the 'I'll Be Home for Christmas' cover version.
Director Christopher Nolan reveals that Bruce Wayne is not in a great state and he has to survive a challenge he hasn't had before, i.e. a brutal and incredibly clinical Bane.
Though she recently admitted that she wants to have a lot of children, the 'One That Got Away' singer insists when met at 2011 American Music Awards, she isn't ready yet to become a mother.