Josh Gallagher brought the energy during the Season 11 finale of The Voice on Tuesday night (Dec. 13), delivering a joint performance of Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party" with two former contestants.

Gallagher brought back Austin Allsup and Brendan Fletcher to join him, taking the stage for the high-voltage performance.

"'My Kinda Party' is just a good party song, and I've come to really know these guys, Austin and Brendan," he said beforehand. "We're all fun-loving, good-time kind of people, and I want to bring that to the stage with these guys. That's why I picked them for the song."

The performance captured the energy of Aldean's original while bringing a slightly new slant to the track, with all three playing electric guitars to underscore the heaviness of the track. Flames shot skyward behind them as they performed, with the live audience screaming as they sang and played.

The collaboration followed a performance from Gallagher on Monday night (Dec. 12), when he debuted an original song on The Voice titled "Pick Any Small Town." Gallagher followed it up with a stellar rendition Santana‘s “Smooth," and also sang John Mellencamp‘s “Jack & Diane."

Gallagher is facing off against Billy Gilman, Sundance Head and We McDonald on Tuesday evening to see who will be crowned the winner of Season 11.

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