Fall Out Boy Performs With Matt McAndrew On ‘The Voice’ Finale

Tue, December 16, 2014 9:48pm EST by Add first Comment

Fall Out Boy joined Matt McAndrew for a wicked-awesome performance on ‘The Voice’ finale. The Team Adam finalist joined the pop-rock band to sing their hit song “Centuries” — we have all the details!

After being a guest mentor on this season of The Voice, Patrick Stump joined his band mates from Fall Out Boy to rock the finale stage with Matt McAndrew — did you love their performance?

Fall Out Boy & Matt McAndrew’s ‘The Voice‘ Finale Performance

Matt must have been on edge being moments away from the big reveal, but it didn’t show at all! The finalist hit the stage with Fall Out Boy to sing “Centuries” and totally nailed it!

The energy level was high and we felt like we were at their own personal concert (yes we turned up the volume on our TV.) Matt looked like a rock star up there totally embracing the audience and taking in the glory of the night.

We would LOVE to see Fall Out Boy and Matt work on music together after this competition — do you agree?

Fall Out Boy’s Big Week

Earlier in the week, Fall Out Boy released the video for their single “American Beauty/American Psycho.” They also released their new song, “The Kids Aren’t Alright.”

On the same night, fans were finally able to pre-oder FOBs new album! Patrick shared his thoughts on the album with a fan via Twitter:

So exciting! HollywoodLifers, are you excited for Fall Out Boy’s upcoming album? Did you love their performance on The Voice finale with Matt McAndrew? Let us know in the comments below!

– Shira Benozilio

More ‘The Voice’ News:

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  3. ‘The Voice’ Finale: Gwen Stefani Reveals Who Should Win – Watch

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