It's down to the final five on Season 4 of 'The Voice.' Most of the coaches have one contestant left on their team, save for Blake Shelton, who's on top with two finalists. So, who should be crowned the latest 'Voice' champion? Will it be Amber Carrington of Team Adam, Danielle Bradberry or the Swon Brothers of Team Blake, Sasha Allen of Team Shakira, or Michelle Chamuel of Team Usher?

Vote for 'The Voice' contestant you want to see win the grand prize below! Further down, you can read some brief info on each of the remaining contestants, in case you haven't been tuning in as much or your mind needs some refreshing.

Amber Carrington: Although she originally wanted to be on Team Blake, as this Texan is a country girl through and through, the roster was full and Amber was recruited by Adam Levine. During her time in the competition, she's proven her ability to belt any tune, whether it's a country ditty like Carrie Underwood's 'Good Girl,' a huge, epic songs like Adele's 'Skyfall,' or a slow pop ballad like Rihanna's 'Stay.'

Danielle Bradbery: This young lady of Team Blake pretty much has the country market cornered on Season 4 of 'The Voice.' Bradbery's coach, a chart-topping country superstar himself, has had her completely embrace the genre, knowing that she excels here and can put her strongest 'Voice' forward. Throughout the competition, we've seen the 16-year-old Texas gal take on country staples old and new, like 'Mean' by Taylor Swift and 'Maybe It Was Memphis' by Pam Tillis.

The Swon Brothers: Being on Team Blake isn't all about country music, however, as Mr. Shelton's dynamic duo, the Swon Brothers, are able to entertain with a myriad of guitar-driven sounds. Over the course of the last few months, we've seen the Swon Bros, aka Zach and Colton, take on rocking tunes like Tom Petty's 'American Girl' as well as a country staples, like Merle Haggard's 'Okie From Muskogee,' an especially appropriate song choice for the pair as they hail from the Oklahoma city of the same name.

Sasha Allen: Unlike most of the other contestants, Sasha Allen of Team Shakira has had a pretty successful career thanks to outstanding set of pipes. The born-and-bred Harlem girl has sang backup for powerhouse artists like Alicia Keys and John Legend, as well as 'Voice' cast members like Christina Aguilera and Usher. Allen, 31, has also proven her staying power on the TV show, giving us goosebumps with powerful performances of Carrie Underwood's 'Before He Cheats,' the Beatles' 'Oh! Darling,' and Emeli Sande's 'Next to Me.'

Michelle Chamuel: Finally, we've got the oh-so talented Michelle Chamuel of Team Usher. The sharp-dressing Massachusetts native won people over with her audition of Katy Perry's 'I Kissed a Girl,' including her main man Usha-Usha, and throughout her time in the competition, Chamuel has killed it on songs like Pink's Nate Ruess-featured tune 'Just Give Me a Reason,' Bruno Mars' Grammy-nominated 'Grenade,' and the Cyndi Lauper classic 'True Colors.'