Since ‘The Voice’ season 14 started airing, we had been waiting and predicting who will make it to the Top 4.

And after Top 8 eliminations came to an end last night, we finally got the chance to meet our Top 4 for season 14.

Without any delay, let’s take a look at the journey of these marvelous singers from the moment they auditioned for The Voice.

Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly)

The Massachusetts native auditioned with Emeli Sande’s hit song, Beneath Your Beautiful, which impressed both Kelly and Blake.

After performing ‘Here Comes Goodbye’ during the knockout rounds, she sealed her place in the semi-finals.

By sensationally presenting her empathic personality with her cover of ‘What the World Need Now Is Love,’ Brynn progressed to the Top 4.

Spensha Baker (Team Blake)

With her rendition of The Beatles’ ‘Blackbird,’ judges Kelly and Blake couldn’t help but turn their chairs in coordination.

Other than her hairstyle, a lot of things changed for Spensha over the course of the competition.

Her spectacular rendition of Maren Morris’ ‘My Church,’ during the live semi-finals certainly earned the spot in Top 4.

Kayla Jade (Team Blake)

Kayla Jade had the sass and the groove to make sure the judges turn their chair during her blind audition.

And her sass went to infinity and beyond, during the Battle Rounds with her rendition of Lesley Gore’s ‘You Don’t Own Me.’

Kayla went forward to the Top 4 with the dream of holding the title after her heartwarming and soulful cover of The Beatles ‘Let it be.’

Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia)

Though Blake tried his best to get this handsome hunk on his team, Britton took the advice from Adam and chose Alicia as his coach.

From performing Ray LaMontagne’s Trouble to Billy Joel’s ‘New York State of Mind,’ he won millions of hearts and earned a spot in the semi-finals.

In hopes of progressing in the competition, he sang Calum Scott’s ‘Dancing on My Own,’ and profusely succeeded.

Among the Top 4, who do you think will win the title of ‘The Voice’ 2018? (To Be Displayed)