The Voice 2016 UK live shows kick off at the weekend so we've cast a look back to see where last year's finalists have ended up.
If you've forgotten all about them, last year's series of The Voice UK was won by Scottish firefighter Stevie McCrorie.
He beat operatic Lucy O'Byrne in the final showdown while Sasha Simone and Emmanuel Nwamadi also made it through to the final.
But just where are last year's final four now?
It was Stevie McCrorie who won The Voice UK last year, securing coach Ricky Wilson his first victory. Stevie's winner's single was the best performing yet, with a cover of Lost Stars charting at Number 6 back in April last year.
Stevie then went away to record and write his self-penned debut album, Big World, which was released on January 8 where it charted at number 35 - preview and order Stevie's album here.
This weekend will see Stevie return to The Voice UK live shows for a performance and you can also catch him at some headlining gigs later this month
Soprano singer Lucy finished as runner up on The Voice UK last year on Team Will and quickly made a move into musical theatre, touring in the lead role of Maria in the Sound Of Music.
This week sees Lucy release her debut album, not exactly imaginatiely titled simply 'Debut', on Island Records.
Emmanuel was one of Team Ricky's TWO finalists and finished as a runner up behind Lucy and Stevie.
Since last year's final, Emmanuel has continued to perform and gig across the country and recently teamed up with twin duo Classical Reflection for a bit of collaboration. The trio had been battle rivals on the show last year but got together for a track which is out to download now on iTunes and whatnot.
You can keep up to date with Emmanuel on his Facebook page here.
Sasha was Team Tom's contender in the final and she finished as a runner up alongside Emmanuel in the first half of the live show.
After singing alongside Sir Tom on The Voice UK, Sasha has continued to gig and this year performed at the 2016 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards.