"The Voice" 2016 finals aired Dec. 12 on NBC as hopefuls We McDonald, Sundance Head, Billy Gilman, and Josh Gallagher offered up their final songs for America's votes. Although all four earned at least one iTunes vote multiplier for their finale night efforts, two contestants truly dominated the night, according to data taken from the iTunes top 200 chart at the 9 AM Pacific/noon Eastern close of the finale voting window this morning.

Sundance Head goes one, two in iTunes vote results

Soul country singer Sundance Head enjoyed the highest chart placements of all with his three finals night offerings.

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His original song "Darlin' Don't Go," which he penned with his wife in mind, hit number one during the show's west coast airing. His second solo performance, a cover of the Etta James classic "At Last," wound up just a single spot lower at number two. Although only solo singles are typically eligible for iTunes bonuses, his duet with "The Voice" 2016 coach Blake Shelton also fared very well with iTunes voters, landing at number seven overall.

Billy Gilman ranks three, four

Although he didn't hit number one (or two), Team Adam Levine's Billy Gilman also had a stellar finals night.

Both of his solo performances --the original song "Because of Me" and the Frank Sinatra hit "My Way"-- earned iTunes vote multipliers by placing third and fourth on the iTunes chart, trailing only the singles by competitor Sundance Head. Both Gilman and Head accomplished the feat of displacing the Taylor Swift and Zayn collaboration "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" from the very top of the chart. Gilman's third single, his duet of "Bye Bye Love" with Levine, landed at number 19.

McDonald, Gallagher fare well in iTunes vote

Although Head and Gilman dominated the iTunes vote, both Josh Gallagher and We McDonald also enjoyed success with music downloaders.

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Gallagher's original song entitled "Pick Any Small Town" placed sixth, while McDonald's "Wishes" landed at number nine; each top 10 placement earned a single iTunes multiplier. Both narrowly missed claiming second bonuses with their second solo offerings as well, as Gallagher wound up at number 11 with "Jack & Diane" and McDonald came to rest in the 12-spot with "Don't Rain on My Parade." In the duet category, finally, McDonald and Alicia Keys' version of "Ave Maria" placed 14th, while Gallagher and Levine landed at number 29 with "Smooth."

With the iTunes vote results in the books, watch "The Voice" 2016 finals results show to see who walks away with the season 11 title.