Adam Levine may have stirred up some controversy on the May 28 episode of NBC’s The Voice, but the hit singing competition series is as popular as ever. To celebrate the show’s success, the network is putting together two extra-long episodes of The Voice in June.

On Thursday, the network announced that the June 10 and June 17 episodes will be expanded to two hours. By the end of June, Season 4 of The Voice will actually be getting close to wrapping up, which theoretically means that the episodes should feature the best of the best, talent-wise. The June 10 episode will be expanded so that all of the remaining artists will be able to perform in front of the judges. As is normal, at the end of that episode, those watching at home will be able to vote to determine who will stay in the competition and who will be eliminated.

The June 17 episode will also be moved to a two-hour format and will also feature each of the remaining artists as they perform onstage for the final time in Season 4. The following night, the new winner of The Voice will officially be announced.

I’m honestly super stoked about the extra screen time, but it’s for pretty selfish reasons. I’ve really loved the perspectives new judges Shakira and Usher have brought to the table, and now that the new season is inching ever closer to the end, it’s really sinking in that the two newbies won’t be returning next season. In their place, former judges Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera will return in Season 5.

The Voice airs on NBC on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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