Tonight's spoilers say the Top 10 will perform along with a special guest performance. We’ve got the Top 10 song list and all the info you need to get your ready for “The Voice” Season 11 November 28th episode.

Sundance Head – 'Me and Jesus'

Sundance Head is the only season 11 artist to break the iTunes top 10. He did it last week with “No One” which charted at number 10 so he’s the only artist so far to win the iTunes multiplier. Tonight, Sundance does “Me and Jesus” by Tom T. Hall. Team Blake is sticking to its country roots.

Billy Gilman – 'Anyway'

Billy Gilman barely missed the iTunes multiplier since he landed at number 11 last week for “All I Ask.” Billy is getting back to his country roots for the Top 10 performance and is doing Martina McBride’s “Anyway” which should be great with his voice and all that range. The Team Adam singer should soar.

Josh Gallagher – 'Real Good Man'

“The Voice” mentor Tim McGraw should be flattered that Josh Gallagher chose his “Real Good Man” for his Top 10 performance and we know that Adam Levin likes nothing more than to turn out good country performances to torment Blake Shelton. Josh has been solid and should sail on through to the top 8.

Ali Caldwell – 'Without You'

Ali Caldwell has been consistent throughout and will really show off her range tonight as she covers Mariah Carey’s “Without You.” Last week, Ali did country with Dolly Parton and has stepped back into her lane this week with this powerhouse vocal song choice. Miley Cyrus will be proud.

Christian Cuevas – 'Million Reasons'

Last week, Christian Cuevas did Toto’s “Rosanna” and it was pleasant but not a stand-out. Let’s see if he shines in his Top 10 performance of Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons." He’s got a great story and a great voice but he’s been in the middle of the herd. Let’s hope he breaks out tonight for coach Alicia Keys.

Brendan Fletcher – 'True Colors'

Another in the all-male Coach Adam stable for season 11 is the always strong Brendan Fletcher who is spreading his wings tonight and covering iconic 80s ballad “True Colors” by Cyndi Lauper. Lauper has an operatic range, so it will be interesting to see how the former bartender does with this.

Courtney Harrell – 'If I Could Turn Back Time'

Blake Shelton told Courtney Harrell that she always looks surprised when her name is called and she’s safe but her humility is part of her charm. Tonight for the Top 10 roster, Courtney does Cher’s “If I Could Turn Back Time,” and this should go well since she can rock a mic when she wants to.

We’ McDonald – 'God Bless the Child'

Team Alicia’s tempest in a teacup, We’ McDonald does Billie Holiday’s “God Bless the Child” sticking with her religious theme after she wowed last week with a cover of Hozier’s “Take Me to Church.” No doubt mighty little We’ will conquer all and be saved by America and move to the Top 8.

Aaron Gibson – 'Rocket Man'

Although he’s got a great voice reminiscent of Eddie Vedder, Aaron Gibson has struggled in season 11 and had to sing for an Instant Save last week. This week he takes on the song stylings of icon Elton John when he does “Rocket Man.” The team Miley singer deserves to say but America isn’t feeling him.

Austin Allsup – 'Missing You'

Old-school fans of Bob Seger did not love Austin Allsup’s “Turn the Page” last week. Let’s hope he does better with a redux of 80s power ballad “Missing You” by John Waite. Austin has a nice sound but likes to “countrify” his tunes and it didn’t work well last week. We’ll see how Blake’s artist fares this week.

Double elimination this week and Maroon 5

On Monday, November 28th, we’ll also see Maroon 5 perform their hit “Don’t Wanna Know” led by Adam Levine. Then on Tuesday, November 29th, there will be a double elimination as the Top 10 is whittled to the Top 8.

“The Voice” tonight is on NBC from 8-10 pm EST.

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