"The Voice" 2016 continued live on Nov. 14 as the top 12 finalists hit the stage to sing for America's votes and the chance to advance further in the season 11 competition. Although the week's voting window won't close until 9 AM Pacific tomorrow morning, a quick glance at the iTunes chart following the conclusion of the east coast broadcast gives insight into which hopefuls may have the edge when it comes to claiming iTunes vote multipliers. So who's most likely to take a charting bonus this week?

'The Voice' season 11 top 12: Preliminary iTunes results have Teams Alicia, Adam ahead

Most likely to claim an iTunes vote multiplier --which is awarded to any "The Voice" 2016 contestant whose cover finishes a given week's voting window in the top 10 of the iTunes top 200 chart-- as of 7:30 PM Pacific time post-broadcast was Team Alicia Keys' We McDonald, whose version of the Hozier hit "Take Me to Church" rested in the 40-spot.

Second-most likely to claim a bonus was Team Adam Levine's Billy Gilman, whose take on "The Show Must Go On" ranked 56th.

Team Blake Shelton's Sundance Head followed with his cover of the Maren Morris hit "My Church" at number 70, while Team Adam member Josh Gallagher's cover of Jason Aldean's "Why" held a fourth-best rank of 90th.

Top 12 iTunes chart tracking

None of the other hopefuls' covers ranked within the top 100 as of press time, although all were represented on the iTunes chart. The remaining contestants' performances ranked as follows:

  • 123. Christian Cuevas, "The Scientist" (Team Alicia)
  • 133. Austin Allsup, "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" (Team Blake)
  • 153. Darby Walker, "Ruby Tuesday" (Team Miley Cyrus)
  • 203. Courtney Harrell, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Team Blake)
  • 435. Aaron Gibson, "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" (Team Miley)
  • 441. Sa'Rayah, "Livin' on a Prayer" (Team Alicia)
  • 771. Ali Caldwell, "Did I Ever Love You" (Team Miley)
  • 1220. Brendan Fletcher, "Whipping Post" (Team Adam)

It's likely that the two lowest-ranked covers will see significant placement jumps as the night progresses, as they closed out the live show.

Who will advance safely based on viewer votes? Who will earn the season's first iTunes vote multiplier? Who will sing to earn the first Twitter Instant Save? Check the iTunes chart tomorrow at 9 AM Pacific, and then watch "The Voice" 2016 top 12 results show Nov. 15 on NBC to find out who gets the boot.

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