The other side of the coin saw both Heather Cameron-Hayes and Jordan Gray from Team Paloma out of the competition. Jordan Gray is a real lost to the competition, while coming in to The Voice live shows as a substitute, the transgender singer proved herself a worthy candidate giving some of the most memorable performances of the series.
Also in The Voice final are Cody Frost from Team George and Team Will's Lydia Lucy. This left Vangelis and Lyrickal eliminated from the final also.
Ricky Wilson was last years winning coach when Steve McCrorie took The Voice 2015 crown but can he do it again this year? With two of the four finalist's being in his team, the chances are good as are bookies odds.
Kevin Simm entered The Voice odds being favourite but was soon dropped to second favourite when youngster Cody Frost came to the stage. Cody has sat in prime odds position until this week when once again Kevin Simm takes his spot back at the top.
In fact Cody has dropped down to third place with Jolan in second.
The Voice final is predicted to be a close one. All finalist's are very talented and the title really could go to any of them.
Make the most of whoever wins on Saturday night as it's most likely the only time we will see them again is on The Voice 2017 but this will not be on the BBC. ITV have already released their trailer for The Voice 2017 while the present live shows have been aired.
ITV outbid BBC for The Voice contract in 2015. Nothing is really known about ITV's format for the new show and no coaches have been confirmed. It is rumoured that both Paloma Faith and Ricky Wilson have opted out but nothing has been confirmed.
What I do know is The Voice and Will I am are a joint venture, without one the other doesn't exist.
ITV will no doubt make the coaches bigger than the acts as with all their talent shows and the real Voice will be lost forever.
Catch the last BBC Voice Final on Saturday 9th April on BBC1 at 19.00.