24 amazing finalists have now been whittled down to four, and only one question remains -- Who is going to be The Voice that stands out more than all the others?
Unlike other weeks, all power for the final result lies in the viewers of The Voice, with four different ways to vote for your favourite singer via phone call, SMS, Facebook and iTunes!
Who is your pick to win The Voice this year? Let us know your pick via Facebook and Twitter!
Team Joel - Sarah De Bono Sarah has been a hot contender to take out The Voice since the show began, and she's probably got the most commercial appeal out of the final four singers. Is that enough for her to win though?
Check out her performance of Here's Where I Stand!
Team Seal - Karise Eden Karise's unique and soulful croon has set her apart from the rest of the contestants from day one. Her performance of Hallelujah during the semi-final completely showed why she's one of the last singers standing. Has she done enough to become number 1?
Check out her version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah below!
Team Keith - Darren Percival Family man Darren won over the nation with big songs like 'Jealous Guy' and our personal favourite I Believe (When I Fall In Love)'. He's the last male left in the competition now, and having the most experience out of the remaining competitors might just be enough to take him to the top!
Team Delta - Rachael Leahcar Now that we're over the fact that Rachael Leahcar's last name is just her first name spelt backwards, we can focus on the fact that she could win The Voice this year! The young singer has probably made the biggest impression on Aussie audiences this year, and won over many viewers with her emotional performance of 'La Vie En Rose' during the blind auditions. The phrase 'blind auditions' has extra poignancy with Rachael as well, as the 17 year old is actually legally blind.