After taking a season off as a judge, Cee Lo Green will return to "The Voice" as a performer.

Returning to the popular singing contest, Cee Lo will perform his new song "Only You", according to Reuters.

Another pop singer scheduled to grace the stage is Hall of Fame inductee, Rod Stewart. After a hiatus that spanned over a decade, Stewart is back with a new album entitled, "Time". Stewart is scheduled to perform new material from his upcoming album, as stated by Entertainment Weekly.

Cee Lo and Stewart will perform on May 8 while Lady Antebellum, Robin Thicke with Pharell Williams and T.I. are gearing up for a May 14 airdate.

Robin Thicke, Pharell Williams, and Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum are no strangers to the spotlights of "The Voice".

The three artists have been mentors to budding singers on the show. Williams and Scott appeared on season four, while Thicke lent a hand to aspiring singers in season two, according to Billboard.

After temporarily giving up his seat on "The Voice", Cee Lo has been quite busy these days. He just wrapped up his performances in Las Vegas at the Loberace. Leaving "The Voice" to focus on other endeavors, Cee Lo will be promoting his new album, "Girl Power", which will be released late 2013.

Cee-Lo will come back as a judge, telling the Huffington Post that he certainly has not abandoned the show.

"Let's be straight about this ladies and gentlemen: I'm not leaving 'The Voice.' I'll be back for Season 5. I'm going on hiatus," Cee Lo said.

Lady Antebellum will perform music from their album "Golden" which is slated to hit stores on May 7. Robin Thicke will perform his latest single, "Blurred Lines", with the help of T.I. and Pharell.

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