Blake Shelton is reuniting with his The Voice co-star once again when he rings in the new year with host Carson Daly on NBC’s New Year’s Eve With Carson Daly special.

Shelton will rock the Times Square stage in New York City alongside his fellow judge on The Voice, Alicia Keys, and a capella group Pentatonix, who blew the crowd away recently on the singing show when they performed "Jolene" with the song's creator Dolly Parton and judge Miley Cyrus. This marks Daly's fourteenth year as host of the New Year's special, and as he tells People magazine, "there’s no place I’d rather be.”

Shelton's final performance of 2016 is no indication that he's slowing down in 2017. He is set to appear with fellow superstar and friend Luke Bryan as one of the headliners at Bryan's Crash My Playa event in Riviera Maya, Mexico, in January, and he recently announced dates for his upcoming Doin’ It to Country Songs Tour, which kicks off Feb. 16 in Bakersfield, Calif., and continues through early spring. He'll bring along country singer and former The Voice contestant RaeLynn as a supporting act.

Shelton is also up for multiple 2017 People's Choice Awards, including Favorite Male Country Artist and Favorite Male Artist [All-Genre]. The awards show airs on Jan. 18 on CBS. He and girlfriend Gwen Stefani enjoyed the distinguished honor of performing at the final White House State Dinner for President Barack Obama in October of 2016, singing the duet they co-wrote, "Go Ahead and Break My Heart."

See Pictures of Blake & Gwen at the White House State Dinner

Gwen Stefani Joins Blake Shelton for His 40th Birthday!