'The Voice' NBC Season 7 Finale Teaser Video with Matt McAndrew, Damien, Craig Wayne Boyd & Chris Jamison, Watch Here (VIDEO)

11:08 PM EST 12/10/2014 by Tam Woods, Celebeat Reporter

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"The Voice" Season 7 finale is set and NBC has released a new promo teasing an exciting finale next week, which you can check out above. 

Top 3 expanded to the Final 4 this year with the 'wild card' addition. After the Top 3: Matt McAndrew, Craig Wayne Boyd and Chris Jamison were picked on Tuesday night, we had to wait until today to see who would win new 'wild card' spot this year for the finale. Today, Wednesday morning (Dec 10) they announced on the "TODAY" show that Damien, from Team Adam, was saved and chosen for the 'wild card' spot and will be moving on to the finale. 

In the promo video, we see that there will be several guest performances on the two night finale including Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson, Ed Sheeran and Hozier. 

The Top 5 is controlled by Team Adam who still has his top three remaining: Chris Jamison, Damien and Matt McAndrew. Team Blake's hopes rely on the fate of Craig Wayne Boyd and Team Gwen is down to Taylor John Williams. Unfortunately, Team Pharrell does not have any contestants left in the Top 5. 

This has been a great year for "The Voice" with strong talent and cohesive chemistry between new coaches Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, along with long-time coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. 

There have been many special guests this season including advisors: Taylor Swift, Little Big Town, Stevie Nicks, Alicia Keys and Gwen's hubby Gavin Rossdale. 

You can check out the "The Voice" finale starting Monday night, Dec 15th at 8/7c on NBC. Who do you want to see win Season 7?

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