The Voice 9 hit an exciting crescendo Dec. 14 as the four finalists still vying for the season nine title gave their final performances for America's votes. Although iTunes bonuses won't be awarded this week, data taken from the iTunes top 200 chart at the close of the voting window on the morning of Dec. 15 indicates that all of the hopefuls fared well with music downloaders.

The Voice 9 finals: The top 10s

Taking top billing with his version of Mary, Did You Know? was season-long front runner Jordan Smith.

The aspiring pop singer's cover of the Christmas tune first recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English unseated Adele's Hello from the number one spot on the chart.


But the Adam Levine protege wasn't the only artist to score a top five placement with one of his Dec. 14 offerings. Emily Ann Roberts, who represented country star Blake Shelton in the competition, finished just because Smith in the two-spot with Cam's Burning House, and Smith landed at number three with Climb Every Mountain. The talented vocal juggernaut also placed fifth with his coach's duet, a cover of God Only Knows.

The rest of the contestants' top 10 hits included Roberts and Shelton's Islands in the Stream duet (number six), Barrett Baber's Die a Happy Man (number eight), and Jeffery Austin's Stay (number nine). Although he did not perform the song for the Dec. 14 show, Smith's version of Somebody to Love also re-entered the top 10, finishing the voting window in 10th place.

iTunes top 200 chart: 11th and lower

The remainder of the contestants' finals-night offerings placed as follows on the chart:

  • 14. Emily Ann Roberts, Blue Christmas
  • 15. Jeffery Austin and Gwen Stefani, Leather and Lace
  • 19. Barrett Baber and Blake Shelton, Rhinestone Cowboy
  • 20. Jeffery Austin, O Holy Night
  • 21. Barrett Baber, Silent Night

Although Smith seems the logical choice to take the title --he notched top 10 placements and scored iTunes bonuses for each cover he performed during the live shows-- anything can happen.

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To see if he does indeed take the win, watch The Voice 9 season finale Dec. 15 on NBC.