"The Voice" 2016 resumes tonight on NBC as the top 10 deliver an all-new set of popular songs for America's votes and the chance to earn iTunes vote multipliers. A morning update to the iTunes store revealed the list of tunes that the aspiring vocalists will perform when the curtain rises on the Nov. 28 live show. Here's a rundown of the spoilers.

'The Voice' top 10 song spoilers for Teams Blake, Adam

A week after he nabbed season 11's very first iTunes vote multiplier with his version of show mentor Alicia Keys' "No One," Sundance Head of Team Blake Shelton will go for a second bonus with "Me and Jesus." His two teammates, Austin Allsup and Courtney Harrell, will look for their first "The Voice" 2016 multipliers with John Waite's "Missing You" and "If I Could Turn Back Time" by Cher.

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For Team Adam Levine, Billy Gilman --who missed an iTunes bonus by a single placement last week with his cover of Adele's "All I Ask"-- will hope to strike a chord with fans via Martina McBride's "Anyway." Levine's other contenders, Josh Gallagher and Brendan Fletcher, are slated to sing Tim McGraw's "Real Good Man" and "True Colors" by Cyndi Lauper.

Lady Gaga, Elton John on tap for Teams Alicia and Miley

The four contestants still representing Keys and Miley Cyrus in the hunt for "The Voice" 2016 title will perform a quartet of tunes by a sampling of mega famous singers.

For Team Miley, Ali Caldwell will take on Mariah Carey's "Without You," while two-time Twitter Instant Save winner Aaron Gibson is scheduled to sing Elton John's "Rocket Man."

For Team Alicia, We McDonald will perform "God Bless the Child," while Christian Cuevas will take on Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons."

To find out who fares best with iTunes voters, check out the top 200 chart at 9 AM Pacific on the morning of Nov. 29. Any artist whose top 10 show cover ranks in the top 10 at that time will earn an iTunes vote multiplier.

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To see who faces the threat of elimination, watch "The Voice" 2016 top 10 results show Tuesday night on NBC.