"The Voice" 2017 continued May 8 on NBC as the top 10 finalists hit the stage to sing for votes and the chance to top the week's iTunes vote results. Although votes will continue to add up through 9 AM Pacific tomorrow morning, a quick look at the iTunes chart as of 8 PM Pacific on Monday night gave a glance at how well --or not so well-- they were faring with viewers. So who held the early lead in the top 10 show iTunes vote and who should probably get ready to sing for his --or her-- life during Tuesday night's results show? Here's a look at the iTunes chart data.

Top 11 show iTunes vote winners primed to repeat

Team Blake's Lauren Duski, who earned the highest iTunes chart placement last week when her cover of Randy Travis' "Somewhere in My Broken Heart" rested at number three when the voting period closed, seemed primed to repeat her success as of press time. Her cover of Wynonna's "Tell Me Why" ranked a field-best number 20 on the iTunes chart.

Also in good position to advance to the top 10 was Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, whose cover of "Higher Love" ranked 23rd when "The Voice" 2017 top 10 show began out west. Like Duski, Plake earned an iTunes vote multiplier last week. Just a single position behind Plake was Team Adam's Jesse Larson. Should Larson's version of "Jungle Love" advance to the top 10, he will earn his first iTunes bonus of the season.

To date, just three contestants --Duski, Plake, and Brennley Brown-- have earned iTunes bonuses for their efforts.

Full early iTunes vote results

The full early iTunes results from the top 10 performance show are as follows:

  • 20. Lauren Duski, "Tell Me Why"
  • 23. Hunter Plake, "Higher Love"
  • 24. Jesse Larson, "Jungle Love"
  • 29. Aliyah Moulden, "Jealous" (Team Blake)
  • 32. Chris Blue, "24K Magic" (Team Alicia)
  • 35. Brennley Brown, "Anyway" (Team Gwen)
  • 45. TSoul, "At This Moment" (Team Blake)
  • 110. Lilli Passero, "Unforgettable" (Team Adam)
  • 128. Vanessa Ferguson, "Doo Wop (That Thing)" (Team Alicia)
  • 135. Mark Isaiah, "Sign of the Times" (Team Adam)

With seven contestants already ranked within the top 50, the three hopefuls who are well-behind in the standings could well be in trouble come results time.

Isaiah has received both Twitter Instant Saves awarded thus far, and could very well be singing for his competition life again tomorrow night. So who will advance safely and who will head home? Watch "The Voice" 2017 top 10 results show tomorrow night on NBC to find out.