The Voice 2016 top 12 hit the stage on April 18 to sing live for America's votes and shots at earning all-important iTunes vote multipliers. By the time the show began on the west coast, a pair of contestants were well on their way to earning the first bonuses of season 10. So how did the hopefuls rank on the iTunes chart as of 8 PM Pacific time? Read on for early results.

Adam Wakefield, Alisan Porter on top

As The Voice 2016 top 12 show began on the west coast, Adam Wakefield of Team Blake Shelton ranked a field-best number 22 on the iTunes chart for his cover of The Allman Brothers' 1994 tune "Soulshine." Just a few spots behind the country crooner --at number 28-- with a cover of Demi Lovato's "Stone Cold" was Alisan Porter of Team Christina Aguilera. 

Faring third-best with iTunes users as of press time was Emily Keener of Team Pharrell Williams, whose cover of "Lilac Wine" rested in the 57-spot.

Team Christina's Nick Hagelin, who took on the challenge of singing Shelton's "Mine Would Be You," held onto the fourth-highest chart placement at number 93, with Team Adam's Laith Al-Saadi a few spots below at number 96 with "Born Under a Bad Sign."

Next in line was Team Pharrell's Hannah Huston with "Something's Got a Hold on Me" (number 110), followed by Shalyah Fearing of Team Adam Levine with "Up to the Mountain" (number 118) and Team Adam's Owen Danoff with "7 Years" (number 123). Team Christina's Bryan Bautista ranked 147th with "Kiss From a Rose."

Trouble for the rest?

The other three singers in the mix ranked below 150th on the iTunes chart as of the start of the west coast broadcast and could well find themselves in trouble during Tuesday's elimination show. They include Team Blake's Mary Sarah ("So Small," number 169); Team Pharrell's Daniel Passino ("Human Nature," number 178); and Team Blake's Paxton Ingram ("Hands to Myself," number 324).

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So who will be eliminated during The Voice 2016 top 12 results show on April 19? Will the early iTunes results translate into bonuses for Alisan Porter and Adam Wakefield, or will one --or both-- fall short of the top 10? Check the chart at the 9 AM Pacific close of the voting window on Tuesday and then tune in for the big elimination to find out.