With just days to go until the final airs, it has been announced that the winner's single will be a cover of 'Lost Stars' by Adam Levine.
The Voice UK's decision to release the winner's debut single imminently is similar to the format of The X Factor, where the winner performs their single on the final night and it gets released via digital download instantly.
Either Sasha Simone, Emmanuel Nwamadi, Stevie McCrorie or Lucy O'Byrne will be crowned The Voice UK winner this weekend.
All four finalists have recorded the track, but only the winner's version will be heard.
"Having a track released on the night of the final adds even more excitement to the live show," said The Voice's executive producer Moira Ross. "I'm sure viewers will love the track - all four of our finalists are incredible singers and have made their own mark on it with four very different interpretations."
The winner will sign a record deal with Universal Music.
Tom Jones, will.i.am and Ricky Wilson are the only coaches with acts left in the competition. Rita Ora got knocked out during last week's semi finals when her two remaining acts failed to get through to the final.
Last year's series of The Voice UK was won by Jermain Jackman and he released his debut single 'How Will I Know' this month.
The Voice UK live final will air on Saturday (4 April) at 7pm on BBC One.
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