"The Voice" 2017 resumes tonight on NBC as the top 12 season 12 hopefuls hit the stage to sing live for America's votes and the chance to earn coveted iTunes vote multipliers. A mid-morning update to the iTunes store revealed sneak peeks of the songs that each talented aspiring vocalist will cover. So who's set to sing what?

'The Voice' 2017 Apri 24 spoilers: Teams Blake, Gwen

The trio of performers representing reigning "The Voice" champion Blake Shelton will take viewers on a mini trip back in time with their selections for the top 12 Live Show.

The assigments are as follows:

  • Lauren Duski, "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good" (Don Williams, 1995)
  • Aliyah Moulden, "[Love Is Like A] Heat Wave" (Martha and the Vandellas, 1963)
  • TSoul, "Always on My Mind" (Willie Nelson, 1982; first recorded by Gwen McCrae and Brenda Lee,1972)

In Gwen Stefani's corner of the competition, the surviving singers will deliver their own individual takes on the following tunes:

  • Brennley Brown, "Long Long Time" (Linda Ronstadt, 1970)
  • Hunter Plake, "Somebody That I Used to Know" (Gotye, 2011)
  • Troy Ramey, "Free Fallin'" (Tom Petty, 1989)

The top 12 scoop for Teams Adam, Alicia

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine's three singers will take on the following selection of well-known songs during "The Voice" 2017 top 12 live show tonight:

  • Jesse Larson, "Make You Feel My Love" (Bob Dylan, 1997)
  • Lilli Passero, "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" (Shania Twain, 1997)
  • Mark Isaiah, "One Dance" (Drake, 2016)

Finally, the team representing R&B sensation Alicia Keys are slated to sing the following songs for their own shots at scoring the season's first iTunes vote multipliers:

  • Chris Blue, "Love and Happiness" (Al Green, 1972)
  • Vanessa Ferguson, "A Song For You" (Donny Hathaway, 1970)
  • Stephanie Rice, "White Flag" (Dido, 2003)

Following last week's two-night playoff round event, Team Gwen's Hunter Plake scored the highest placement of all with his cover of Sia's "Elastic Heart" (#37).

Three additional contestants --Chris Blue (70. "Love on the Brain"), Lauren Duski (73. "Someone Else's Star"), and Stephanie Rice (99. "Every Breath You Take")-- saw their covers rise into the top 100 on the iTunes chart by the morning following the second night of playoff action. In order to score an iTunes vote multiplier, a contestant's cover needs to rank in the iTunes top 200 chart's top 10 at the close of the week's voting window.

Who will fare well with fans and who will find him or herself in danger of elimination? Watch "The Voice" 2017 top 12 show tonight on NBC to find out.