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Keith Urban, Patti LaBelle, Jack Black & Dave Chappelle Added to CNN New Year's Eve Live

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Keith Urban performs onstage during the 52nd annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 14, 2018 in Nashville.

The lineup for CNN's New Year's Eve (Dec. 31) party just got way bigger. After announcing that Gwen Stefani will perform and chat with hosts Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen from the stage of her Las Vegas Just a Girl residency, the news network revealed on Thursday (Dec. 27) that more stars will be on hand to ring in 2019.

"Bigger than ever! Joining New Year's Eve Live with @AndersonCooper and @AndyCohen: @GwenStefani, Dave Chappelle, @KeithUrban, @MsPattiPatti Labelle, @JackBlack and more," read the tweet announcing the addition of comedian Chappelle, country star Keith Urban, R&B legend Patti LaBelle and Tenacious D singer Black.

They join a long list of artists who will be spending their NYE on TV, including the packed performance roster for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve With Ryan Seacrest, which will feature performances from Lauren AlainaKelsea BalleriniBazziKane BrownCamila CabelloThe Chainsmokers, Ciara, Foster the PeopleHalseyDua LipaElla MaiShawn MendesCharlie PuthChristina AguileraNew Kids on the Block and Weezer, as well as collaborations between Brown and Alaina, Macklemore with Skylar Grey and The Chainsmokers and Ballerini.

Seacrest will host the event live from Times Square with the help of Jenny McCarthy, while Lucy Hale and Ciara will handle coverage from New Orleans and Los Angeles, respectively, ushering in the New Year as it occurs in the different time zones; Rockin' Eve is produced by dick clark productions, and owned by Valence, Billboard's parent company.