NBC’s “The Voice” will begin its two-episode finale Monday night from Los Angeles.
Four contestants remain on the singing competition. Coach Pharrell Williams has two contestants left and both are teenagers: 17-year-old Koryn Hawthorne from Louisiana and 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks from New York.
“It takes a lot of dedication,” said Hawthorne. “We have early mornings and late nights. We work hard.”
Coach Adam Levine has one contestant in the finale, Michigan’s Joshua Davis. Meghan Linsey, who is from Tennessee, is the last contestant remaining and has worked with Coach Blake Shelton.
“My goal the whole time is to just stay genuine and be myself and whatever happens, happens,” said Linsey.
The first night of “The Voice” finale airs tonight at 8 p.m. for two hours on 7NBC.