‘The Four: Battle For Stardom’
Will Zhavia, 16, win “The Four: Battle For Stardom?” Fox

Zhavia is one of the most talked about contestants in “The Four: Battle For Stardom.”

The 16-year-old contestant wowed judges Charlie Walk, Meghan Trainor, DJ Khaled and Sean “Diddy” Combs during her audition for the Fox reality show. Zhavia sung her own rendition of Khalid’s hit song “Location” and she became the first contestant to dethrone of the original four members of “The Four.”

After securing her spot on week one, Zhavia once again managed to stay in the competition on week two because none of the contestants challenged her at that time. On Thursday, she finally had the chance to sing again after Nicole Boggs chose her.

Prior to their battle, “The Four” host, Fergie, revealed that the teenager lost her voice and she may not be able to sing well that night. But Zhavia, who is fierce competitor, said that she’s been waiting to sing for so long and she’s ready.

Zhavia sung her own rendition of “Killing Me Softly” and secured her spot in “The Four.” She is also the longest-running member of “The Four” since she’s been on the show since it premiered on Jan. 4.

Judge Khaled couldn’t help but praise Zhavia for her artistry. Combs, who initially said that he doesn’t think Zhavia deserved a chair, said that she has improved a lot. Walk and Trainor are huge fans of Zhavia, and they have been vocal about it since day one.

Meanwhile, Zhavia’s first two performances on “The Four” received the most number of views. “Location” has already garnered over 765,000 views, while Zhavia’s version of “Unforgettable” has already earned over 200,000 views.

Zhavia recently revealed that she came from a musical family. Her mom, Bobbi Jo Black, was a metal band singer. The 16-year-old singer said that she wants to buy her mom a house one day that’s why she joined “The Voice.” Black and Zhavia’s dad divorced, and they lived with their relatives so they could survive.

“The Four: Battle For Stardom” airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.