Beverly McClellan, who reached stardom competing on the NBC reality contest The Voice, is getting hitched, and Frenchie Davis will sing at the wedding.

Openly lesbian singers McClellan and Vicci Martinez faced off against Dia Frampton and Javier Colon on the show's finals. Javier Colon ultimately took home the show's $100,000 prize and a recording contract.

The show's top eight finalists, Davis and openly gay singer Nakia Reynoso included, kicked off the The Voice's Live Nation tour on Wednesday at Los Angeles' Gibson Amphitheater. Other stops on the summer tour include Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena, Chicago's Rosemont Theatre, Boston's Bank of America Pavilion and New York's Beacon Theatre.

McClellan told CNN that she loves her girlfriend and the couple is “absolutely” planning to marry.

“It's not who you love, it's that you love,” McClellan said. “I love my girlfriend.”

“And I'm singing at the wedding,” Frenchie Davis said. “Beverly is totally getting married.”

“It's really exciting … I think, for not just gay people, for straight people, for all people,” Davis added.

The Voice's Live Nation tour hits New York, which recently legalized gay marriage, on August 6, but McClellan did not announce a wedding date.