The Voice of Ireland has whittled down 110 contestants to just four who will battle it out for the 2015 title on Sunday evening (April 26).
Kieran McKillop from Antrim, Emma Humber from Dublin, Patrick Donoghue from Dublin and Sarah McTernan from Clare will take to the stage one last time, singing a group song and two other songs each.
Together they'll be singing I Lived by One Republic before choosing a new song and their favourite song from the series.
The coaches, meanwhile, will perform The Clash's 'Should I Stay or Should I Go' while guest performer Ryan Sheridan will perform his new single 'Here and Now'.
It's all down to the public vote on Sunday and Bressie, Una, and Rachel will be campaigning for their acts. Kian is the only coach to not have an act in the final.
Kieran McKillop will be performing The Script’s We Cry and She Will Be Loved by Maroon Five.
Sarah McTernan is the second finalist from Team Rachel and she'll be taking on a big Beyoncé hit, If I Were a Boy, and Who you Are by Jessie J - the song she sang in her blind audition which prompted all four coaches to turn their chairs.
Bressie will try and retain his title this year with Emma Humber who will tackle a huge hit from last year, Hideaway by Kiesza. She will follow that performance with her favourite song from the series, Kate Bush’s This Woman’s Work.
Patrick Donoghue, on Team Una, has wowed the coaches every week and hopes he can do it again with the Michael Jackson classic Man in the Mirror and the second Jessie J song of the final, Mama Knows Best.
The Voice of Ireland Final 2015, Sunday April 26th 2015 RTÉ One 6.30pm
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