"The Voice" 2017 continued April 24 on NBC as the 12 hopefuls still competing for the season 12 title under the guidance of super star mentors Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani, and Adam Levine took to the stage with hopes of extending their competition lives for another week. It proved to be a good night for several contestants, but no one fared better than Team Gwen's Brennley Brown, who scored the season's first iTunes vote multiplier. Here's a look at the top 12 iTunes vote results as of the 9 AM Pacific lose of the week's voting window.

Brennley Brown, Lauren Duski top iTunes vote after top 12 show

Brown notched the first iTunes bonus of "The Voice" 2017 with her cover of Linda Ronstadt's "Long Long Time," which ended the voting period ranked at number seven on the iTunes top 200 chart. Also faring well --but not quite well enough to score a vote multiplier-- was Team Blake's Lauren Duski, who placed a heartbreaking 11th with her take on Don Williams' "Lord, I Hope This Day is Good." The third-highest ranked performance belonged to Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, who rose to number 15 with his spin on the Gotye hit "Somebody That I Used to Know." Although only Brown earned an iTunes vote multiplier, all three should be in good position to advance to next week's phase of the competition.

A complete look at the iTunes chart results

Seven of the nine remaining members of the top 12 completed the voting window with their covers ranked within the iTunes top 100. The hopefuls and their final placements are as follows:

  • 28. Chris Blue, "Love and Happiness"
  • 40. Vanessa Ferguson, "A Song for You"
  • 42. Stephanie Rice, "White Flag"
  • 46. Jesse Larson, "Make You Feel My Love"
  • 60. TSoul, "Always On My Mind"
  • 67. Aliyah Moulden, "Heat Wave"
  • 76. Troy Ramey, "Free Fallin'"

The final two contestants still in the mix --Team Adam's Lilli Passero and Mark Isaiah-- brought up the rear in the iTunes vote results for the week, with Passero taking number 120 for Shania Twain's "Man, I Feel Like a Woman!" and Isaiah topping out at number 209 with Drake's "One Dance." There's a good chance that either --or both-- could wind up singing for the Instant Save during tonight's "The Voice" 2017 top 12 results show.

To see who advances safely based on the public vote and who winds up singing for his or her lives, watch the results show beginning at 8 PM Eastern. Remember that Instant Save votes are only counted during the live show as it airs on the East Coast, so be sure to check Twitter during the live broadcast if you want your opinion to count.