Tonight, season 12 of NBC’s “The Voice” will close out with a special, two-hour season finale.
The four remaining contestants — Lauren Duski (Team Blake Shelton), Jesse Larson (Team Adam Levine), Chris Blue (Team Alicia Keys), and Aliyah Moulden (Team Blake Shelton) — will duke it out for this season’s crown.
But what happens after they win?
Here is what a few of the previous winners of “The Voice” have been up to since taking home their titles…
Season 1 winner, Javier Colon, released his debut album, “Come Through For You,” and broke from Universal Records shortly after. By spring 2016, he released his fourth album, “Gravity,” via Concord Music Group, and went on tour for the album that same year. Colon is now set to star in the inaugural production of “Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” for a limited run of just four performances from June 15-17.
The youngest winner of the Voice, Danielle Bradbery, was signed to Big Machine Records immediately following her win on the show. She released her debut, self-titled album months later and is currently working on releasing her second studio album.
Find out what happened to everyone else here!