The time has come.
"The Voice" will wrap up its eleventh season tonight, and one of the four talented musicians left will take home the grand prize.
On Monday night for the first part of the finale, each of the finalists did three separate performances -- a cover, a duet with their coach and brand-new, original singles.
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Billy Gilman, whom Adam Levine has coached, stunned with a rendition of Frank Sinatra's "My Way" to start off the night. He went on to perform the Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love" with Levine, and finished off the evening with an original song, "Because of Me."
Another Levine trainee, Josh Gallagher started his night with a performance of his original single, "Pick Any Small Town." He then performed Santana's "Smooth" as a duet with Levine, and a cover of John Mellencamp's "Jack and Diane."
Wé McDonald and coach Alicia Keys started their evening with a soulful rendition of "Ave Maria," followed up by McDonald performing "Wishes," an original single, and Barbara Streisand's "Don't Rain on my Parade."
Sundance Head performed his original single, "Darlin' Don't Go." He followed it up with a performance of his father's hit song "Treat Her Right" with coach Blake Shelton, and also performed a cover of Etta James' "At Last."
Tune in at 9 p.m. Tuesday to find out who will be crowned the winner of season 11. The two-hour finale will feature performances from Bruno Mars, Sting and The Weeknd.