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Train and Cassadee Pope to Headline 'New Year's Eve with Carson Daly'

December 24, 2012 (7:32 am) GMT
The Grammy-winning pop rock band and the recently-minted 'Voice' grand winner are set to headline the NBC annual TV special.

NBC has unveiled the line-up for their annual "New Year's Eve with Carson Daly" TV special. The show will be headlined by the Grammy-winning group and , the recent winner of "". The two-hour special will air live from New York's Times Square and will be telecast from 10-11P.M. and 11:30-12:30A.M. Train will be performing their track "Mermaid" and 's "Imagine".

A musical retrospective featuring , , , , , , and will also highlight the December 31 broadcast. "The Voice" host Carson Daly, who also has his own late-night talk show "" over at NBC, will be hosting the TV special for the tenth straight year.

Daly will be joined by his "Voice" colleagues, mentors , , Green and to talk about their New Year's parties. Stand-up comedian and late night talk show host together with "" star will talk about New Year resolutions, while comedienne and "" mainstay will explain "Auld Lang Syne" with .

"" alum , who hosts his own late night show over at NBC, will also grace the show, while NBC's "" cast will also appear to give new celebrity mothers parenting advice. Business magnate and TV personality will offer real estate advice for buyers in the New Year. of "The Ofice" will bring live reports from the ground in Times Square.

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