"The Voice" 2017 resumed April 24 on NBC as the top 12 hit the stage once again to sing live for America's votes and a shot at earning iTunes vote multipliers. Although the iTunes vote won't be finalized until the week's voting window closes at 9 AM Pacific tomorrow morning, a glance at the top 200 chart 8 PM Pacific --three hours after the live show aired on the east coast-- may predict who will walk away with iTunes bonuses and who may find themselves in peril some results time. Here's a quick look at the data.

'The Voice' top 12 iTunes results: The highest rankings

Early returns see a pair of aspiring country singers leading the pack with their top 12 show covers. Leading the pack with the highest rank of all is Team Gwen Stefani's Brennley Brown, whose cover of Linda Ronstadt's "Long Long Time" sits just outside of the top 10 at number 13 as of press time. Just a few spots below Brown on the iTunes chart with her cover of "Lord, I Hope This Day is Good" is Lauren Duski, who sings for country super star Blake Shelton. Duski's interation of the 1995 Don Williams tune rests at number 16 at press time. Both Brown and Duski are likely to climb into the top 10 and secure the first iTunes vote multipliers of "The Voice" 2017.

Also faring well with iTunes voters --but perhaps a bit less likely to break into the top 10 by the close of voting-- are Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, whose take on Gotye's mega hit "Somebody That I Used to Know" rested at number 33 at press time, and Team Alicia Keys' Chris Blue, who ranked 39th with Al Green's "Love and Happiness."

The full early iTunes vote results

The remainder of the contestants ranked as follows on the iTunes chart as of press time:

  • 59, "Make You Feel My Love," Jesse Larson
  • 62. "White Flag," Stephanie Rice
  • 64. "A Song for You," Vanessa Ferguson
  • 75. "Always on My Mind," TSoul
  • 77. "(Love is Like a) Heat Wave," Aliyah Moulden
  • 96. "Free Fallin'," Troy Ramey
  • 155. "Man, I Feel Like a Woman!," Lilli Passero
  • 268. "One Dance," Mark Isaiah

If Passero and Isaiah's covers don't climb significantly on the iTunes chart over the hours to come, both could be in danger come elimination time tomorrow night.

Who will score the very first iTunes vote multipliers of the season, who will cruise into the next phase of "The Voice" 2017, who will sing for survival, and who will see the competition journey come to a sad end? Watch when the hit reality show continues tomorrow night on NBC and find out for yourself.