America has voted for the top 4 contestants of “The Voice” Season 15, which means it is only a matter of time before we found out who will walk away a winner from the NBC singing competition.

Judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson will be on hand as team Blake’s Kirk Jay and Chris Kroeze, team Kelly’s Chevel Shepherd and team JHud’s Kennedy Holmes battle it out to win a once in a lifetime grand prize and the opportunity to start their music career.

When “The Voice” Season 15 winner is named, the lucky contestant will go home with $100,000 and a recording contract from Universal Music Group.

However, according to the New York Daily News, no contestant is guaranteed to walk away with the full amount of their grand prize money if they violate the contract they signed with the network. Any contestant who reveals the details of their contract can be sued for $100,000 to $1 million.

Last year’s winner, Brynn Cartelli walked away with a $100,000 cash prize and a Universal Music Group record deal. Brynn is expected to go on tour with her former coach, Kelly, in 2019, but since The Voice” debuted in 2011, the show has failed to produce a successful artist like its rival “American Idol.”

However, that doesn’t mean every artist has been unsuccessful since their time in the competition. In 2016, Jordan Smith came in at No. 2 on the Billboard chart, selling 54,000 units in the first week of his album’s release.  

Months later his holiday album, “‘Tis the Season” snagged the No. 11 spot on the chart and he went on a nationwide tour. Will this be the year “The Voice” produces a superstar?

“The Voice” Season 15 will air Monday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.