Luke Bryan is going beyond his American Idol judging duty for the Season 17 finale — he'll also be performing!

The spring 2019 American Idol finale airs Sunday, May 19. Bryan will sing his latest hit, "Knockin' Boots," and also perform alongside be performing alongside just-ousted contestant Laci Kaye Booth. Additional country performers include Carrie Underwood, Kane Brown (with Alyssa Raghu), Dan + Shay (with finalist Madison Vandenburg) and Jon Pardi, who will sing with finalist Laine Hardy.

Watch: Who Is Laine Hardy? 

Sunday night's (May 12) episode of American Idol featured the Top 5 contestants performing their own renditions of Elton John classics in their battle for the Top 3 spots.

Unfortunately, Laci Kay Booth and Wade Cota did not make the cut and were booted from the competition. That leaves the Top 3 to Laine Hardy, Madison VanDenburg and Alejandro Aranda.

Hardy is the only country and cross-over genre artist left on the show.

After finishing this American Idol season — the second-ever on ABC — Bryan will debut his Sunset Repeat Tour on May 31 in Philadelphia. The tour also features two stadium dates on June 21 at Foxborough, Mass.' Gilette Stadium and concludes on October 25 at Ford Field in Detroit. The tour will feature support from Cole Swindell and Jon Langston.

"Knockin’ Boots" was written by Hillary Lindsey, Gordie Sampson and Jon Nite. The catchy tune follows Bryan's recent 22nd career No. 1 single "What Makes You Country," which also marks the fourth consecutive No. 1 song from his What Makes You Country album.

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