Fans of “The Four,” it’s time to get excited! The Season 1 finale of Fox’s reality TV competition is just around the corner, so we’ve compiled a list of four questions that fans across the country have been wondering. Scroll down to see the answers to YOUR most burning questions, and then sound off in the comments with what you thought of the inaugural season of “The Four: Battle for Stardom.”
1. When is “The Four” finale?
Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 8 — that’s the date that the season finale of “The Four” will air on Fox. The two-hour episode begins at 8:00 p.m. and concludes at 10:00 p.m. Fans with a cable or satellite account can stream the finale on Fox.com by logging in with their TV provider. Grammy winner Fergie returns as the show’s host to close out Season 1.
2. Who are the four finalists?
Evvie McKinney, Vincint Cannady, Candice Boyd or Zhavia are the finalists for Season 1 of “The Four.” Soul singer Evvie may have been late to the game, entering the competition in Week 5, but her impact was undeniable. Gospel singer Vincint also made his debut last week, impressing the panel with his “Magic” cover. R&B singer Candice made her first appearance during Week 2, though she was later eliminated and then saved by the judges. And 16-year-old Zhavia was the season’s first challenger who was brought back last week following her recent elimination.
3. Who should win “The Four”?
Based on the results of our poll, Zhavia is fans’ pick for who should win “The Four.” She’s the longest-running contestant still in the competition, plus she arguably has the biggest online fan base. Zhavia topped our poll with a whopping 56% of the vote, more than the other three artists combined. Our readers’ second place pick is Evvie at 21%, followed by Candice in third at 13% and Vincint in fourth at 10%.
4. What happened to Charlie Walk?
At the end of Thursday’s two-hour finale, all-star judges Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor will determine which of the final four deserves to be named iHeartRadio’s “On the Verge” artist and awarded a recording contract. But, hey, weren’t there originally four judges? In the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior, the fourth judge, Charlie Walk, left the series after the filming of last week’s fifth episode. “Out of respect for the contestants, my fellow judges and everyone involved with the show, I have made the decision not to attend the finale of ‘The Four,'” Walk said in a statement. “I do not want my presence to be a distraction.”