"The Voice" season four contestants have been narrowed down to just three finalists with the winner to be revealed tonight.
Remaining artists include Danielle Bradbury, Michelle Chamuel, and the Swon Brothers, but the winner will not be revealed until the season finale.
During last night's episodes, each of the finalists had one last chance to win over the judges as well as the audience.
Each artist performed three final times as judges Usher, Shakira, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton looked on.
The three performances included a new solo, a duet with his or her coach, and then a reprise of a previous performance marking the "defining moment" for the season.
For their solo performance, the Swon Brothers performed "I Can't Tell You Why." Then, the Oklahoma brothers brought back their defining moment with another performance of "Danny's Song."
As for their duet, the brothers joined mentor Shelton on Brad Paisley's country music song "Celebrity."
Next, performing her defining moment, Chamuel took on Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" again before her solo performance with "Why."
Lastly, the finalist joined her mentor Usher onstage for a duet on the song "One."
Bradbury's first performance was her duet with mentor Shelton on the song Patty Loveless' classic "Timber, I'm Falling In Love." The 16-year-old later brought back her favorite song of the season, "Maybe It Was Memphis," before her solo take on "Born to Fly."
Tuesday's live season finale begins at 9 p.m. EST on NBC.
Regardless of who the winner is, season four has seen its fair share of drama. Last week, Shelton caused a stir after defending "The Voice" finalists from harsh critics on Twitter.
"I can't stand a person that makes a point to write hurtful things about kids just trying their best," he posted to his three million Twitter followers just after posting a barrage of tweets pointed at one particularly harsh critic.
"I'm sorry for going off y'all…" he posted to the micro blogging site. "But I am passionate about encouraging young people to follow their dreams. We GOOD people don't need hate."
Furthermore, Levine landed in hot water after making a "joke" and muttering: "I hate this country" earlier this month.
Next season of "The Voice" will premiere on Monday, Sept. 23.