When The Voice 2015 resumes Nov. 30 on NBC, the top 10 hopefuls will hit the stage once again to sing for America's votes and shots at earning iTunes vote multipliers. A series of updates to the iTunes store that preceded the live broadcast revealed the names of the songs that each surviving season nine contestant will perform. So who will sing what when the show goes live once again?

Team Blake's picks

Blake Shelton's still-intact team of three will perform a trio of older but still well-known hits. They include the following:

  • Emily Ann Roberts: She's Got You (Patsy Cline)
  • Barrett Baber: I'd Love to Just Lay You Down (Conway Twitty)
  • Zach Seabaugh: Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)

Team Adam's picks

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine's picks for his squad represent an eclectic mix of popular tunes from the past.

Included are:

  • Shelby Brown: Go Rest High on that Mountain (Vince Gill)
  • Amy Vachal: Bye Bye Bye (*NSYNC)
  • Jordan Smith: Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)

Team Gwen's picks

Gwen Stefani will watch from her red chair as her three contestants perform the following songs for chances to advance further in the season nine competition:

  • Korin Bukowski: Same Old Love (Selena Gomez)
  • Jeffery Austin: Jealous (Labrinth)
  • Braiden Sunshine: Radioactive (Imagine Dragons)

Team Pharrell's pick

With just a single contestant still alive in his corner, R&B star Pharrell Williams' competition life is on the line. His last hope at snagging the title, teen Madi Davis, will perform the Cyndi Lauper hit Girls Just Want to Have Fun.

Who will rise to the top of the iTunes chart?

Given that Smith has already snagged a whopping three iTunes bonuses through as many weeks and that he's singing a song that has historically drawn big votes, expect the Kentucky native to snag yet another multiplier this week.

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Also potentially ready to take her own third iTunes bonus --if fans of the boy band variety tune in for the live show-- is Vachal.

The Voice 2015 top 10 performance show begins at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific on NBC. To see which contestants notch top 10 placements on the iTunes chart, check for updates throughout the evening and into Dec. 1. The voting window closes at 9 AM Pacific tomorrow.