Rod Stewart is set to perform on 'The Voice' next month.
The legendary musician will take the stage to sing a track from his latest album 'Time' on Wednesday, May 8 - the same night former 'Voice' coach Cee-Lo Green will return to the show as a guest performer.
Cee-Lo - who left the hit NBC singing competition after three seasons along with Christina Aguilera - will perform 'Only You', the first track from his second studio album, 'Girl Power'.
The singer departed the show following last year's third season to concentrate on recording his album and was replaced by 'Yeah!' hitmaker Usher on the current fourth season, while 'She-Wolf' songstress Shakira now occupies the spinning chair vacated by Christina.
Meanwhile, the show will welcome more top guests for its May 14 episode when country band Lady Antebellum sing 'Goodbye Town' from their new album 'Golden', and Robin Thicke, who will be accompanied by rapper T.I. and Pharrell Williams, sings his latest single 'Blurred Lines'.
Pharrell, Robin and Lady Antebellum star Hillary Scott have all served as mentors on the show in the past, helping the coaches select their acts.