"The Voice" 2016 returned to NBC on Nov. 28 as the top 10 contestants hit the stage to sing live for America's votes and comments by super star mentors Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton, and Miley Cyrus. Early iTunes vote results gleaned from a glance at the top 200 chart at 8:30 PM Pacific --one-quarter of the way through the west coast broadcast-- proved that it was a very good night for most of the contestants, and especially for three whose cover songs already placed within the top 10. So who scored early iTunes vote multipliers for the week, according to preliminary charting results?

Sundance Head, Brendan Fletcher lead 'The Voice' top 10 iTunes vote returns

For the second week running, Team Blake's Sundance Head led the way in the iTunes vote results, as his cover of "Me and Jesus" rested in the four-spot as of press time. Assuming the tune maintains its position until the iTunes vote window closes at 9 AM Pacific tomorrow, Head will score his second vote multiplier of the season.

Two members of Maroon5 frontman Levine's team are also in line to claim their first iTunes bonuses of the season. Brendan Fletcher's version of the Cyndi Lauper classic "True Colors" ranked seventh on the iTunes top 200 chart at press time, while Billy Gilman's take on Martina McBride's "Anyway" sat at number eight.

Like Head, both Fletcher and Gilman will claim iTunes bonuses if their tracks remain in the top 10.

One additional contestant, Team Alicia's Christian Cuevas, could also easily advance to the top 10 with "Million Reasons," which came in at number 11 as of 8:30 PM Pacific.

iTunes top 100 placements for several

Four other hopefuls saw their covers ranked in the top 100 as of press time. Team Alicia's We McDonald rested at number 17 with "God Bless the Child," while Team Miley's Ali Caldwell placed 30th with "Without You." Team Adam's Josh Gallagher followed with "Real Good Man" at number 58, and Team Blake's Austin Allsup ranked number 70 with "Missing You."

The final two members of "The Voice" 2016 top 10 ranked outside of the top 100 at press time.

They included Team Miley's Aaron Gibson, whose cover of "Rocket Man" sat in the 109-spot, and Team Blake's Courtney Harrell, who sat at number 225 with "If I Could Turn Back Time."

To see the final iTunes vote results for the week, check out the iTunes top 200 chart at 9 AM Pacific on Nov. 29. Then tune in to NBC tomorrow night to help decide which two members of "The Voice" 2016 top 10 are sent packing for good.

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