When "The Voice" 2016 continues Dec. 12 on NBC, the top four contestants --We McDonald, Sundance Head, Josh Gallagher, and Billy Gilman-- will take part in the season 11 finals. The evening of vocal action will prove especially challenging for the quartet, as all four will perform three different tunes for America's votes: an original song, a cover of a hit by another artist, and a coach's duet. Here's a look at what the finalists will perform, per song spoilers posted to the iTunes store the morning of the live show.

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'The Voice' 2016 finale spoilers: The covers

As usual, each contestant will cover a song made famous by another artist. This season, all four will take on songs that were written more than 30 years ago. The selections for the finals are as follows:

  • We McDonald: "Don't Rain on My Parade" (Barbra Streisand, from the 1964 musical "Funny Girl")
  • Josh Gallagher: "Jack & Diane" (John Mellencamp, 1982)
  • Billy Gilman: "My Way" (Frank Sinatra, 1969)
  • Sundance Head: "At Last" (Etta James, 1941)

The coach duets for 'The Voice' 2016 finals

Also on "The Voice" 2016 finals menu are the always-entertaining coach duets, which feature each finalist sharing the stage with his or her mentor.

The choices for this season are:

  • McDonald and Alicia Keys: "Ave Maria" (Franz Schubert)
  • Gallagher and Adam Levine: "Smooth" (Santana ft. Rob Thomas)
  • Gilman and Levine: "Bye Bye Love" (The Everly Brothers)
  • Head and Blake Shelton: "Treat Her Right" (The Commitments)

The finalists get original

Finally, each hopeful will perform an original song for America's votes and iTunes chart success. The selections include:

  • McDonald: "Wishes"
  • Gallagher: "Pick Any Small Town"
  • Gilman: "Because of Me"
  • Head: "Darlin' Don't Go"

After "The Voice" 2016 finals air live tonight, remember to vote for your favorites via the official app, online, or by downloading songs via iTunes.

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Then tune in to see the final results --and to catch the finalists as they sing alongside some of their musical icons-- tomorrow night. Will Alicia Keys win her first season as a coach, or will Adam Levine or Blake Shelton score yet another victory? Only the final results will tell.