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The Voice’s Brooke Simpson Earns #2 On iTunes, Chloe, Addison, Keisha Also Earn Bonuses

Brooke Simpson, Chloe Kohanski, Addison Agen and Keisha Renee earned iTunes bonuses.

Brooke Simpson | Tyler Golden/NBC

Update 2: The 12PM ET “The Voice” voting deadline has arrived, and four of Monday’s recordings hold Top 10 positions on the US iTunes sales chart.

Those four songs will accordingly receive 5x multipliers on their iTunes download/vote totals.

Brooke Simpson’s “Amazing Grace” was the voting period’s best seller; it was #2 when the clock struck 12PM.

Chloe Kohanski’s “Call Me” followed at #4, while Addison Agen’s “Lucky” was #5.

Keisha Renee’s “All By Myself,” the fourth bonus recipient, was #10.

Here is how all ten recordings are positioned as of 1:50AM ET.
2) Brooke Simpson – Team Miley – Amazing Grace
4) Chloe Kohanski – Team Blake – Call Me
5) Addison Agen – Team Adam – Lucky
10) Keisha Renee – Team Blake – All By Myself
14) Red Marlow – Team Blake – That’s What I Love About Sunday
16) Adam Cunningham – Team Adam – Maybe It Was Memphis
18) Noah Mac – Team Jennifer – Ordinary World
30) Davon Fleming – Team Jennifer – Hurt
47) Ashland Craft – Team Miley – I Hate Myself For Loving You
72) Shi’Ann Jones – Team Jennifer – Diamonds
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Update: Less than an hour has passed since the west coast broadcast of Monday’s “The Voice,” and four performances now occupy Top 10 positions on the US iTunes sales chart.

Brooke Simpson’s “Amazing Grace” leads the way at #2, while Chloe Kohanski’s “Call Me” is #4. Addison Agen’s “Lucky” and Keisha Renee’s “All By Myself” follow at #5 and #10, respectively.

If the songs hold their Top 10 positions at the 12PM ET voting deadline, they will receive 5x multiplier bonuses on their iTunes download/vote totals.

Here is how all ten recordings are positioned as of 1:50AM ET.
2) Brooke Simpson – Team Miley – Amazing Grace
4) Chloe Kohanski – Team Blake – Call Me
5) Addison Agen – Team Adam – Lucky
10) Keisha Renee – Team Blake – All By Myself
16) Red Marlow – Team Blake – That’s What I Love About Sunday
17) Adam Cunningham – Team Adam – Maybe It Was Memphis
19) Noah Mac – Team Jennifer – Ordinary World
32) Davon Fleming – Team Jennifer – Hurt
45) Ashland Craft – Team Miley – I Hate Myself For Loving You
71) Shi’Ann Jones – Team Jennifer – Diamonds
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Ten contestants took the stage on Monday night’s edition of “The Voice.”

By the time the west coast broadcast ended, three had songs in the Top 10 on the US iTunes sales chart.

Brooke Simpson’s “Amazing Grace” is #2 on the listing as of press time at 1AM ET Tuesday. Chloe Kohanski’s “Call Me” and Addison Agen’s “Lucky” follow at #4 and #9, respectively.

Should the songs hold Top 10 positions at the 12PM ET voting deadline, they will receive 5x multiplier bonuses on their iTunes download/vote counts.

An additional two performances are currently in the Top 20, while two more occupy Top 30 positions.

Here is how all ten recordings are positioned as of 1AM ET. Stay tuned for updates ahead of the voting deadline:

2) Brooke Simpson – Team Miley – Amazing Grace
4) Chloe Kohanski – Team Blake – Call Me
9) Addison Agen – Team Adam – Lucky
13) Keisha Renee – Team Blake – All By Myself
19) Red Marlow – Team Blake – That’s What I Love About Sunday
21) Adam Cunningham – Team Adam – Maybe It Was Memphis
26) Noah Mac – Team Jennifer – Ordinary World
46) Davon Fleming – Team Jennifer – Hurt
50) Ashland Craft – Team Miley – I Hate Myself For Loving You
87) Shi’Ann Jones – Team Jennifer – Diamonds

Written by Brian Cantor

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