A while back, "American Idol" announced that a number of current music stars would be performing with this season's finalists.
Now, the show is revealing the A-list pairings and when fans can expect to see talent like Luis Fonsi, Aloe Blacc, Lea Michelle and more sing alongside the young, unproven hopefuls.
The first chance you'll get to see the stars team up with the 24 finalists will be this coming Monday. Half of the top finalists will sing with eight different stars; some of the stars will double up and sing with two contestants.
Here's the listing for that episode:
Brandon Diaz with "Despacito" singer Luis Fonsi
Cade Foehner with female alt-rock singer Bishop Briggs
Catie Turner with Andy Grammer
Dennis Lorenzo with soul singer Allen Stone
Dominique with "Wake Me Up" singer Aloe Blacc
Gabby Barrett with country duo Sugarland
Jonny Brenns with Andy Grammer
Kay Kay with Train frontman Pat Monahan
Layla Spring with Sugarland
Michael J. Woodard with Pat Monahan
Michelle Sussett with Luis Fonsi
Trevor McBane with Bishop Briggs
— catie turner (@hashtagcatie) April 5, 2018
“Hip bump, hip bump, hip bump” ARE YALL READY TO SEE @Sugarlandmusic and I ROCK OUT???
What do y’all think we are gonna preform?? Comment whatcha think!! ❤️😱 @kristianbush @JenniferNettles @AmericanIdol #thenextidol #teamlayla #springers pic.twitter.com/2wiSiLV86T
— Layla Spring (@laylaspring) April 5, 2018
The next 12 finalists will perform on April 16.
Here's who's singing with who that night:
Ada Vox with former Glee star Lea Michele
Alyssa Raghu with British singer Banners
Amelia Hammer Harris with Bebe Rexha
Caleb Lee Hutchinson with Bebe Rexha
Effie Passero with country star Cam
Garrett Jacobs with Colbie Caillat
Jurnee with Lea Michele
Maddie Poppe with Colbie Caillat
Mara Justine with Rachel Platten
Marcio Donaldson with Allen Stone
Ron Bultongez with Banners
Shannon O’Hara with Cam
Mentor week on @AmericanIdol starts this Monday!!!! Catch me (week two) with the incredibly talented @AdaVox and @Jurnee ✨ any ideas of what songs we’ll preform?! Make sure you tune in on @ABCNetwork ✨
— Lea Michele (@LeaMichele) April 4, 2018
This Sunday night's episode will feature the 24 finalists performing solo.
All episodes of "American Idol" air on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.