When “The Voice” Season 17 finale airs on Tuesday night, one contestant will walk away with the ultimate grand prize. After weeks of battle rounds and knockout rounds eliminations, America will cast the final votes that will crown the winner of the NBC singing competition.

“The Voice” Season 16 winner, Maelyn Jarmon won $100,000 according to People. The Texas native also snagged a record deal with Republic Records and was invited to dinner with her coach, John Legend, his wife Chrissy Teigen and their kids, Luna and Miles.

Jarmon revealed she looked forward to getting some advice from Legend when they sit down for a meal. “I’m hoping that when I get that dinner, I [can ask my] questions about going into the future and how to do all this,” she explained.

“We were just in show-mode for the whole season so it was very focused on the next performance and every song.”

Jarmon also revealed she planned to use her $100,000 grand prize to take her boyfriend, Johnny Murrell, on vacation.

“I’d really love to do a solo trip with my guy. We haven’t done that in a long time so I want to do that for sure and have some quality time with him because he has absolutely earned some of that. I’m going to be cliché, but Hawaii would be amazing,” the 26-year-old revealed.

“I’ve also thought about Ireland. Ireland looks beautiful, and I’ve always wanted to go,” she added.

While this year’s winner will most likely leave “The Voice” with a monetary prize, and a record deal, fans will have to tune in to see if the contestant will receive any special perks from their coach.

“The Voice” Season 17 finale airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.

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Pictured [L-R]: Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are judges on “The Voice” Season 17. Art Streiber/NBC