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The Voice’s Sundance Head Grabs #1 On iTunes; Brendan Fletcher, Billy Gilman, Christian Cuevas, We McDonald Also Earn Bonuses

Sundance Head [NBC]

Update (12PM ET): The voting deadline has arrived, and five “The Voice” songs hold Top 10 positions on the US iTunes stores.

Those songs — Sundance Head’s “Me And Jesus,” Brendan Fletcher’s “True Colors,” Billy Gilman’s “Anyway,” Christian Cuevas’ “Million Reasons,” and We McDonald’s “God Bless The Child” — receive 5x multipliers on their iTunes vote (sales) totals.

Sundance Head’s song is actually #1 on the chart, while the Fletcher and Gilman songs are in the Top 5.

Here is how the songs were positioned at the close of voting:

1) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Me And Jesus
2) Brendan Fletcher – Team Adam – True Colors
4) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Anyway
6) Christian Cuevas – Team Alicia – Million Reasons
9) We McDonald – Team Alicia – God Bless The Child
14) Ali Caldwell – Team Miley – Without You
40) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Real Good Man
42) Austin Allsup – Team Blake – Missing You
70) Aaron Gibson – Team Miley – Rocket Man
156) Courtney Harrell – Team Blake – If I Could Turn Back Time
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Update (9:25AM ET): As expected, Sundance Head’s “Me And Jesus” has reached #1 on the US iTunes sales chart.

It is one of five “The Voice” performances in the iTunes Top 10. Brendan Fletcher’s “True Colors” follows at #3, while Billy Gilman’s “Anyway” is up to #4.

Christian Cuevas’ “Million Reasons” and We McDonald’s “God Bless The Child” are #7 and #10, respectively.

Songs that are in the Top 10 at the 12PM ET voting deadline will receive 5x multipliers on their iTunes vote (sales) counts.

Here is how all 10 of the night’s performances are positioned as of 9:25AM ET:
1) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Me And Jesus
3) Brendan Fletcher – Team Adam – True Colors
4) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Anyway
7) Christian Cuevas – Team Alicia – Million Reasons
10) We McDonald – Team Alicia – God Bless The Child
15) Ali Caldwell – Team Miley – Without You
41) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Real Good Man
44) Austin Allsup – Team Blake – Missing You
72) Aaron Gibson – Team Miley – Rocket Man
159) Courtney Harrell – Team Blake – If I Could Turn Back Time
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The west coast broadcast of Monday’s “The Voice” only just concluded, and four performances are already in the Top 10 on the US iTunes sales chart.

Two are already in the Top 5.

Sundance Head’s “Me And Jesus” and Brendan Fletcher’s “True Colors,” those two, are respectively positioned at #2 and #4 on the listing. The Sundance Head performance has a legitimate shot of reaching #1 in the next few hours.

Billy Gilman’s “Anyway” (#6) and Christian Cuevas’ “Million Reasons” (#10) are also in the Top 10.

Songs that hold Top 10 positions at the 12PM ET voting deadline will receive 5x multipliers on their iTunes vote (sales) totals.

Here is how all 10 of the night’s performances are positioned as of 1:05AM ET:
2) Sundance Head – Team Blake – Me And Jesus
4) Brendan Fletcher – Team Adam – True Colors
6) Billy Gilman – Team Adam – Anyway
7) Christian Cuevas – Team Alicia – Million Reasons
12) We McDonald – Team Alicia – God Bless The Child
22) Ali Caldwell – Team Miley – Without You
48) Josh Gallagher – Team Adam – Real Good Man
53) Austin Allsup – Team Blake – Missing You
81) Aaron Gibson – Team Miley – Rocket Man
171) Courtney Harrell – Team Blake – If I Could Turn Back Time

Written by Brian Cantor

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