EMMA Willis will reveal this year's champ in the spinning-chair singing contest, The Voice.
The last of the four acts battle it out one last time on ITV for the chance to scoop a lucrative recording contract.
What time is The Voice final 2021?
The four finalists will be singing to win the recording contract in a bumper The Voice UK 2021 final today, Saturday, March 20 at 8.30pm.
As per usual, they'll perform in front of their musical coaches Tom Jones, Anne-Marie, Olly Murs and will.i.am.
The winner of the tenth series will be determined by a public vote.
The result will be announced by presenter Emma Willis, with the winner bagging themselves a record deal with Universal's label UMOD and a debut single release.
How can I watch The Voice final?
The Voice UK Final is showing on ITV, STV and ITV Hub, remaining available to watch for 30 days after the show has been aired.
Who is in the final?
After dozens of blind auditions, 20 singing battles and 24 semi-final performances, fans have chosen four acts to vie for The Voice UK 2021 crown:
Craig Eddie is a full-time musician from Falkirk in Scotland.
The 23-year-old Scot is representing Team Anne-Marie, who is coaching on the show for the first time this year.
Craig tweeted: "Thank you Anne-Marie for taking me to public vote, you changed my life in the best way possible. Let's do this."
His rendition of Billie Eilish's 'Lovely' in the semi-final won him a place in Saturday's showpiece finale, where he'll be hoping to land a record deal and a debut single release.
Grace Holden, 18, works as a shop assistant and a part-time theatre school teacher.
She lives in Essex with her dad and two older brothers and will represent Team Olly in Saturday's final.
Grace lost her mother Sheila to cancer five years ago, and said: "My mum encouraged me to sing anywhere she could and it gave me that confidence."
Mum-of-one Hannah Williams, 38, has worked tirelessly to obtain the most impressive singing credentials of all the remaining contestants, as her vocals feature on a track by Hip Hop icon Jay-Z.
She has already expressed her fear that the show may be her last chance to get a real foothold in the music industry and become a recording artist.
As Hannah is a full-time vocal coach, she will be hoping her voice keeps her in good stead in tonight's all-important contest, where she is representing Tom Jones
She wowed the judges in her audition with a heartfelt rendition of Lorraine Ellison’s ‘Stay with me’, before knocking out fellow contestant Sami Nathan in the Battle Round when Hannah sung Julie London’s ‘Cry me a River’.
Eighteen-year-old Okulaja is aiming to win the series for Team Will.
The teenage singer was originally eliminated from the competition, but after fellow contestant Janel Anthoneshia withdrew from the show, Okulaja was asked to return.
He was eventually picked as will.i.am’s representative in the final.
Head boy at Gillingham's Rainham Mark Grammar School, Okulaja is one of two 18-year-old’s left in the competition alongside Team Olly’s Grace Holden.
His performance of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' hit Can't Hold Us was enough for Black Eyed Peas member will.i.am to be convinced he is worthy of a place in the final four.
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