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The Voice’s Adam Wakefield, Alisan Porter Secure iTunes Bonuses (Updated)

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Update: The 12PM ET deadline has arrived, and two of Monday’s “The Voice” songs are positioned within the Top 10 on the all-genre US iTunes sales chart.

Adam Wakefield’s “Soulshine” is #7 as of 12PM, while Alisan Porter’s “Stone Cold” is #9.

Those songs, consequently, secure the coveted “iTunes bonus” — their sales totals will be multiplied by 10 as part of the weekly vote tabulation.

While the Wakefield and Porter songs were the only bonus recipients this week, several others held respectable positions at the close of voting. Here is how all twelve of the night’s songs were ranked:

7) Adam Wakefield – Team Blake – Soulshine
9) Alisan Porter – Team Christina – Stone Cold
27) Emily Keener – Team Pharrell – Lilac Wine
40) Hannah Huston – Team Pharrell – Something’s Got A Hold Of Me
41) Nick Hagelin – Team Christina – Mine Would Be You
45) Laith al-Saadi – Team Adam – Born Under A Bad Sign
46) Shalyah Fearing – Team Adam – Up To The Mountain
47) Owen Danoff – Team Adam – 7 Years
72) Bryan Bautista – Team Christina – Kiss From A Rose
79) Daniel Passino – Team Pharrell – Human Nature
86) Mary Sarah – Team Blake – So Small
164) Paxton Ingram – Team Blake – Hands To Myself
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Just under two hours have passed since the west coast broadcast of Monday’s “The Voice” concluded, and two performances are within striking distance of the Top 10 on the US iTunes single sales chart.

Adam Wakefield’s “Soulshine” and Alisan Porter’s “Stone Cold,” those performances, are respectively #12 and #13 as of 2:50AM ET.

Performances that are within the Top 10 when voting closes at 12PM ET receive the iTunes bonus, which multiplies the song’s iTunes vote count (sales figure) by 10. With nine hours remaining until that deadline, both songs seemingly have a shot at the coveted multiplier.

The next highest charting “The Voice” performance is presently Emily Keener’s “Lilac Wine.” It is #31 on the all-genre sales chart.

Hannah Huston’s “Something’s Got A Hold Of Me” follows at #44, while Nick Hagelin’s “Mine Would Be You” is #47.

As of 2:50AM ET, here is how all twelve Monday songs are positioned:

12) Adam Wakefield – Team Blake – Soulshine
13) Alisan Porter – Team Christina – Stone Cold
31) Emily Keener – Team Pharrell – Lilac Wine
44) Hannah Huston – Team Pharrell – Something’s Got A Hold Of Me
47) Nick Hagelin – Team Christina – Mine Would Be You
51) Shalyah Fearing – Team Adam – Up To The Mountain
55) Laith al-Saadi – Team Adam – Born Under A Bad Sign
61) Owen Danoff – Team Adam – 7 Years
79) Bryan Bautista – Team Christina – Kiss From A Rose
94) Daniel Passino – Team Pharrell – Human Nature
105) Mary Sarah – Team Blake – So Small
176) Paxton Ingram – Team Blake – Hands To Myself

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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