(NBC) - It's finale time on NBC's "The Voice".
On Monday night, the competition's last three singers have one last night to impress America and earn its vote. And while they've all impressed to this point, they've also experienced bumps along road on "The Voice".
Last year, Jake Worthington didn't even make it through blind auditions. The small town Texas teen not only returned this season, he earned a spot in Monday's finale.
Worthington could become coach Blake Shelton's fourth winner on the show.
Indiana's Josh Kaufman turned all the chairs in his blind audition, but was eliminated in the battle round, that is, until coach Usher saved him.
The 38 year old's been strong since. Winning the show's record deal prize would be life changing.
Last week's "instant save" kept Adam Levine's singer from going home.
In the season's very first blind audition, the New Jersey teen also turned all the chairs. Now, she has a chance to be the last singer standing.
For one of the finalists, "The Voice" will truly end on a high note.
Each of the singers will perform two times Monday night - twice on their own, and once with their respective coaches.
Tuesday night's two hour finale will feature more of the finalists, along with guest starring performances from the likes of Coldplay, Tim McGraw, Ed Sheeran and onerepublic.