The Voice 2015 continued Dec. 14 on NBC as the four remaining contestants took part in the season nine finals. Early iTunes charting results garnered at 8 PM Pacific time the day of the broadcast revealed that two contestants had already snagged top 10 finishes. So who has the edge heading into the grand finale?

Jordan Smith, the king of iTunes

Without any doubt, Jordan Smith, who represents Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine's sole chance of earning the season nine victory, is the contestant to beat. Preliminary iTunes results saw a whopping four of the Kentucky native's covers in the top 10, with his Dec.

7 take on Queen's Somebody to Love ranked 10th, and his Dec. 14 performances ranked fifth (God Only Knows, with Levine), fourth (Climb Every Mountain), and first (Mary Did You Know). Smith has earned more iTunes vote multipliers than any other contestant, and none of his live show covers have ever finished a weekly vote outside of the top 10. Even more incredibly, he's successfully bumped Adele's monster hit Hello from the number one spot multiple times.

The Voice 2015 runners-up in the making?

Also faring well with iTunes voters --and likely to finish a strong second behind Smith-- is Emily Ann Roberts. As of press time, the 17-year old Blake Shelton protege had two covers in the top 10 in Burning House (3) and Islands in the Stream (6), which served as her duet with Shelton.

Her Christmas song, a cover of Blue Christmas, ranked 19th.

The other two contestants still in the mix, Team Blake's Barrett Baber and Team Gwen Stefani's Jeffery Austin, enjoyed similar Dec. 14 iTunes chart placements at the start of the west coast broadcast. Baber slightly outranked Austin with his collection of songs, which included Die a Happy Man (11), Rhinestone Cowboy (with Shelton, 28th), and Silent Night (32).

Austin's offerings ranked as follows: Stay (13), Leather and Lace (with Stefani, 29th), and O Holy Night (35).

The Voice 2015 will come to a close Dec. 15 as the results of the final nationwide vote --with the cumulative season-long iTunes vote results factored in-- are revealed during the live show. Will Jordan Smith take the crown or is a big surprise in store for viewers? Tune in beginning at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific and find out.