The Voice is down to just four singers, all of whom gave it their all in performing their original songs on the first prat of the Season 8 finale.
Could Meghan Linsey, Joshua Davis or Koryn Hawthorne impress enough to deny favorite Sawyer Fredericks the crown Tuesday night?
Watch the performances below - along with several duets with the singers' coaches AND their songs' official music videos - and decide!
Koryn Hawthorne sings her original single, "Bright Fire," on night one of The Voice Season 8 finale. How do you think she did?
"The Workingman's Hymn" was Joshua Davis' original song choice for The Voice Season 8 finale. Will it make him a winner?
Looking for America's finale votes, Sawyer Fredericks absolutely nails his original song, "Please" on The Voice Season 8.
Meghan Linsey performs her own single, "Change My Mind," on The Voice finals. How do you think she did?
Meghan Linsey gives her best to Aretha Franklin's "Freeway of Love" on The Voice Season 8 finale.
Joshua Davis teams up with his coach, Adam Levine, to perform Paul Simon's "Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes" on The Voice Season 8 finale.
Koryn Hawthorne and Pharrell team up on "We Can Work It Out" for The Voice Season 8 finale. Quite the tandem right here!
Sawyer Fredericks joins his coach, Pharrell, to sing Seals and Crofts' "Summer Breeze" on The Voice Season 8 finale.
The official music video of Joshua Davis' "The Workingman's Hymn."
The official music video of Sawyer Fredericks' "Please," his original song from The Voice Season 8.
The official Koryn Hawthorne music video for "Bright Fire" from The Voice Season 8.
Meghan Linsey's official music video for "Change My Mind," her original song from Season 8 of The Voice.