"The Voice" 2016 resumes tonight at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific on NBC as the top four finalists hit the stage to perform their final covers for America's votes. Although the results of the weekly iTunes vote can't definitively determine the show's eventual winner, they can provide some insight into what may happen, so here's a look at how the last four standing --Team Blake's Sundance Head, Team Adam's Billy Gilman and Josh Gallagher, and Team Alicia's We McDonald-- fared in the iTunes vote throughout season 11's live shows.

Sundance Head on top?

After scoring the season's first iTunes vote multiplier with his top 11 show cover of Alicia Keys' "No One" (which finished the voting window at number nine on the top 200 chart), the so-called founder of soul country went on to score more bonuses than any other contestant. He hit number one with his Nov. 28 cover of "Me and Jesus," and nearly repeated the feat a week later with his spin on The Judds' "Love Can Build a Bridge," which ended the iTunes voting period at number two.

As of press time, four of Head's season 11 covers charted in the top 1500, with "Love Can Build a Bridge" at 383, "Me and Jesus" at 455, "The Climb" at 1450, and "No One" at 1484. He's not a shoo in for the title, but Head's commercial success suggests that he's a serious contender for "The Voice" 2016 title.

Billy Gilman rides a high into 'The Voice' 2016 finals

Although Sundance Head holds the advantage in cumulative iTunes bonuses earned, Billy Gilman will enter "The Voice" 2016 finals on a high after hitting number one on the top 200 chart with his semifinals show version of Celine Dion's "I Surrender." Though he has two bonuses to Head's three, Gilman has also fared well with iTunes voters during his time on the show; he hit number four with "Anyway" on Nov.

29, and number 24 with "The Show Must Go On" on Nov. 15. Based on the numbers alone, either Gilman or Head should win the show.

We McDonald, Josh Gallagher still in it

Although Sundance Head and Billy Gilman appear to be the frontrunners, teen We McDonald and country singer Josh Gallagher are still in on the hunt. McDonald, who earned a viewer-voted berth in the top four despite not earning an iTunes multiplier for her version of "Scars to Your Beautiful" last week, owns a single bonus (for placing ninth with "God Bless the Child" on Nov.

29), but is clearly popular with fans and could be a surprise victor.

Winning "The Voice" 2016 title will be a tougher task for Gallagher. Although his version of the Kenny Loggins' hit "Danny's Song" rose to number three on the chart last week, Gallagher still needed the Twitter Instant Save to advance to the finals.

To see how the top four fare, watch "The Voice" 2016 finals tonight on NBC, and then remember to vote.

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