The Voice 2014 kicks off its live show this weekend, so we've cast a look back to see where last year's finalists have ended up.
With a move in the schedules for the series this year, last year's lot haven't had all that long to kick off their careers with the final having only aired six months ago.
But nevertheless, the final four are either all working on albums or have even already released them.
Winner Andrea Begley scored a Top 10 place in the charts with her debut record, while runner up Leah McFall has already had two top 10 singles.
And both Mike Ward and Matt Henry have continued to focus on their music careers after a huge boost from performing to millions of viewers on the show last summer.
But just where are the final four now?
See where last year's Voice 2013 finalists are now...
Team Danny singer Andrea Begley (controversially) beat Leah McFall in last year's final to win the series.
Andrea, who was mentored by Danny O'Donoghue, went on to release her debut album in October. Called The Message it featured a combination of covers and self-penned songs from the Northern Irish singer.
The record did a lot better on the charts than Series One winner Leanne Mitchell managed, with the album making the Top 10.
Team Will singer Leah McFall finished last year's series as runner up.
She's since continued to work closely with coach Will, flying out to America to record tracks for a debut album out this year.
Leah has also been supporting Will on his concert tour at venues including the O2 Arena, singing alongside Will and Cheryl Cole.
Team Jessie artist Matt Henry finished fourth in the final. He's since signed a management deal and is working on a debut album for release in 2014 (or so says his Twitter)
Country singer Mike Ward finished as runner up last year for Team Tom. Since then the Manchester based performer has continued to gig and perform.