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Source: NBC

This Just Might Be the Most Dramatic Finale in 'The Voice' History

By Anna Quintana

Tensions are still high among The Voice fans following judge Adam Levine's controversial decision to save Reagan Strange, who was unable to perform due to an illness last week — but did his risk pay off? 

The final four has been announced on the reality singing competition, and the finale just might be the most dramatic in the history of The Voice. In case you need a recap, judge Blake Shelton had two singers in the running for the finale — Chris Kroeze and Kirk Jay — while Jennifer Hudson had three artists remaining on her team, Kymberli Joy, MaKenzie Thomas, and Kennedy Holmes. 

Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson's team was down to Chevel Shephard and Sarah Grace and Adam was down to his obvious favorite, Reagan. 

So, who are the Final 4 on The Voice?  

After stretching out the reveal, host Carson Daly revealed that the first contestant headed to the finale was Kirk Jay, who was also the most streamed artist from Monday night. The second singer to advance was Chevel from Team Kelly. "Kelly has given me such great advice. She has always told me to be myself and have a ton of fun on stage," she said on the show. "No matter what happens, I am living my dream."