Four vying to win The Voice in contest's swansong on BBC One

The last ever episode of The Voice on BBC One is under way with the four finalists singing for a chance to be voted the public's winner.

Team Boy George's Cody Frost and's Lydia Lucy are battling for The Voice crown alongside former Liberty X pop star Kevin Simm and Cumbrian soloist Jolan.

The two men are mentored by Ricky Wilson.

Paloma Faith is the lone judge with no acts in the final.

In 2017, The Voice will be broadcast on ITV.

Jolan kicked off the competition with a rendition of Marvin Gaye's I Heard It Through The Grapevine.

"It was amazing. I don't want to live in a world where a voice like that goes undiscovered," said Wilson.

Ex-pop star Simm, the bookies' favourite to win, performed Stay by Rihanna.

"You leave me speechless," presenter Emma Willis told the 35-year-old.

"Tonight, you showed us the passion, the determination and, more importantly, the belief that he can win this show. I felt it, everyone here felt it, and all he needs to do is make everyone at home feel it," coach Wilson said.

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