The Voice 2016 roared to life again May 16 on NBC as the top eight finalists mentored by super stars Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton sang again for the right to advance further in the season 10 competition. It proved to be a stellar night for most of the hopefuls, but it was a particularly magical one for Team Blake's Adam Wakefield, whose cover of one of his mentor's recent songs earned him an iTunes vote multiplier before the broadcast even startedon the west coast.

Adam Wakefield, Alisan Porter dominate

As of7:40 PM Pacific the night of the live show, Wakefield's cover of Shelton's "I'm Sorry" ranked an incredible number five on the iTunes top 200 chart.

The placement secures the aspiring country singer his third iTunes vote multiplier of the season, and solidifies his spot as one of the contestants to beat during next week's finale.

Also faring well with her cover for the week was Team Christina'sAlisan Porter, whose version of The Eagles' classic "Desperado" rested just outside of the top 10 at number 11 as of press time. Porter will no doubt see her single enter the top 10 at some point prior to the 9 AM Pacific close of the week's voting window tomorrow, and when it does, she, like Wakefield, will earn her third iTunes bonus.

Others enter the iTunes top 50

Although none of the other contenders are likely to claw their way into the top 10, four of the six had already secured top 50 hits prior to the start of the west coast broadcast.

They include Team Christina's Bryan Bautista, who ranked number 28 with "Hurt"; Team Blake's Mary Sarah, who placed 30th with "I Told You So"; Team Adam's Laith Al-Saadi, whose cover of "One and Only" sat at number 37; and Team Pharrell's Hannah Huston, who ranked 46th with "When a Man Loves a Woman."

Big trouble for Fearing, Ingram?

The final two contestants still in the mix --Team Adam's Shalyah Fearing and Team Blake's Paxton Ingram-- are probably the longest shots to advance to the finals, based on early iTunes charting data.

At press time, Fearing's take on "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going" ranked 64th, while Ingram's spin on Meat Loaf's "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" ranked a field-worst number 148.

To see the final iTunes vote results for the week, check the top 200 chart at 9 AM Pacific on May 17. To see which lucky contenders advance to the finals, watch The Voice 2016 top eight results show later in the day on NBC.