The Voice” spoilers for tonight’s top 11 live performances show that Billy Gilman is still leading the pack as we head into another night of season 11 performances and his toughest competition is the squeaky teen with the big voice We’ McDonald. We’ve got tonight’s song list right here.

Billy Gilman takes on Adele

Team Adam’s former child star Billy Gilman slayed last week when he took on Queen and this week, he’s going British again as he sings Adele’s “All I Ask” and we’re confident he’ll kill it again. This could be the week that Gilman picks up an iTunes bonus multiplier to help him in the finals.

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Team Adam’s other two

Also on Team Adam are Brendan Fletcher who will do “The River” by Bruce Springsteen and Josh Gallagher who will perform Brett Eldredge’s “Drunk on Your Love.” Some fans had marked Brendan Fletcher for an early out based on last week’s performance, but he’s still there.

Christian Cuevas does Toto

The big man with the big heart and voice to match, Christian, will pull an 80s number with Toto’s “Rosanna.” Christian’s name has been brought up as a possible third contender to sit alongside Billy Gilman and We’ McDonald in the finals.

'The Voice' top 11 sings live tonight - see the song list here! (via Twitter NBC The Voice)
'The Voice' top 11 sings live tonight - see the song list here! (via Twitter NBC The Voice)

We’ McDonald rocks Rihanna

Soft-spoken teen We’ has been wowing “The Voice” fans since the blinds and tonight should be no exception as she does Rihanna’s “Love on the Brain.” We’ seems a certainty for the final three. Nothing short of an epic performance malfunction should knock her out of contention.

Team Miley’s roster

Aaron Gibson had to sing for his life last week and is one of the odds-on favorites for elimination in “The Voice” live week 3.

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Tonight, Gibson sings Nine Inch Nail’s “Hurt” and Miley’s powerhouse Ali Caldwell will do Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5” while Darby Walker wails 60’s standard “You Don’t Own Me.”

Sundance Head honors Coach Alicia

Big voice in a cowboy hat, Sundance Head crosses the aisles and will sing another coach’s song even though he’s firmly on Team Blake. Sundance does Alicia Keys' “No One” and this should be an interesting performance since it’s well outside his typical country genre.

Team Blake’s other two

Country singer Austin Allsup covers Bob Seger’s “Turn the Page.” Let’s hope he does it justice. Blake’s Courtney Harrell needs a Hail Mary or she might go home. Tonight she’s doing Broadway with “What I Did for Love” from “A Chorus Line.”

Tune in for “The Voice” tonight live on NBC.

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