Only four contestants remain on the NBC talent contest The Voice, including openly gay Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez.

McClellan and Martinez will face off against Dia Frampton and Javier Colon next week and a winner will be crowned on Wednesday.

Two gay men, Tyler Robinson and Nakia, also competed for the show's $100,000 prize and a recording contract. Robinson, who came out gay to his father on the show's premiere, was eliminated early on, while Martinez edged out Nakia this week to move on to the final four.

Forty-one-year-old McClellan said in a cover story with lesbian glossy She that NBC executives have been supportive of her relationship.

“NBC has been entirely non-judgmental and supportive of everyone's individuality,” McClellan said.

“My girlfriend is my best friend, my lover, my heart,” she added. “I can never thank her enough.”

Martinez, 26, a Seattle resident, told lesbian entertainment website that she never considered hiding her sexuality.

“I'm not going to hide it,” she said. “I've been very public about it and I've had people say, 'Well, why don't you just keep them guessing?' You can hit all the markets.' No. Especially if you're with somebody; it's so disrespectful. It was hard for me coming out to my parents. And for me, I've already gone through that hurdle, and I'm not going to go through it again.”