The Voice 2015 winner's single has been revealed ahead of this weekend's final.
This year - for the first time in The Voice UK history - we'll get a proper single from the champion.
In past years the winners just uploaded one of their performances from the show to iTunes.
The week after they won, Leanne Mitchell's Run To You was at Number 45, Andrea Begley managed Number 30 with My Immortal while Jermain Jackman got to Number 75 with And I Am Telling You.
This year, bosses have chosen Maroon 5's Lost Stars as the winner's song.
Four different versions of the track will be recorded in the lead up to the final, by all four finalists. Each version will be specially arranged to suit their individual voices and styles, allowing them to stamp their personality onto the song, making it their own.
But only one of these four recordings will ever be heard by the public, when it is released the night the winner is announced.
The single will be available to download from midnight (on Saturday 4th April) through Universal Music. The winner also signs an exclusive recording contract with Universal Music.
Executive producer Moira Ross says: “Having a track released on the night of the final adds even more excitement to the live show. 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.”
And in an extra twist, the winner's single will be for charity; Proceeds from the single will go towards the BBC’s Performing Arts Fund, a BBC charity created to support and encourage the performing arts sector across the UK.
Vote for which of the final four you're backing to win in our third and final popularity poll of the series right here...