The Voice’s Alisan Porter Leads iTunes Vote; Nick Hagelin, Adam Wakefield Also Fare Well

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While she fell just short of the Top 10 — and thus just missed out on the iTunes multiplier bonus — Team Christina’s Alisan Porter fared well in “The Voice”‘s first iTunes vote of the season.

Porter’s “Cry Baby” was #12 on the all-genre US single sales chart when the 12PM ET voting deadline emerged. Her single was by far the highest charting of Monday’s performances.

Nick Hagelin’s “Stay” (Team Christina) and Adam Wakefield’s “Seven Spanish Angels” (Team Blake) were the next-best-sellers. They were #25 and #30, respectively, when voting ended.

The night’s other live playoffs performances were positioned as follows:

38) Bryan Bautista – Team Christina – PILLOWTALK
57) Ryan Quinn – Team Christina – I’m Not The Only One
59) Katie Basden – Team Blake – Georgia Rain
65) Joe Maye – Team Blake – Long Train Runnin’
67) Mary Sarah – Team Blake – (I Never Promised You) A Rose Garden
81) Kata Hay – Team Christina – (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
108) Justin Whisnant – Team Blake – Here’s A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)
211) Tamar Davis – Team Christina – Rise Up
395) Paxton Ingram – Team Blake – How Deep Is Your Love

Written by Brian Cantor

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