"The Voice" to feature tribute to tornado victims

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert accept the Song of the Year award onstage during the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, 2013, in Las Vegas. Getty

When "The Voice" airs live on Tuesday night, it will feature a very special dedication to victims of the Oklahoma tornado. Coach Blake Shelton will take the stage with his wife, Miranda Lambert, for a performance paying tribute to the state of Oklahoma.

According to EW.com, they will sing a song at the start of the episode, and although details are scant, it's expected to be "close to their hearts." They will also encourage viewers to donate to the American Red Cross.

Shelton is from Oklahoma, while Lambert was born in Texas. The married country superstars both currently share a home in Oklahoma.

"The Voice"also addressed the tornado during Monday night's competition episode. Shelton spoke up about the tragedy, and hosts Carson Daly and Christina Milian asked for Red Cross donations.

On Monday, Shelton tweeted: "Just landed in LA and hearing about all the tornados in Oklahoma right now... Get somewhere safe!!!"

Lambert, meanwhile, wrote: "Pray. That's all we an do. Pray for peace for Oklahoma."