When "The Voice" 2017 returns to NBC tonight at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific, the top 10 finalists will again take to the stage to sing for America's votes and a shot at snagging iTunes vote multipliers. A pre-show update to the iTunes store revealed song choice spoilers for the evening, so what will the talented aspiring vocalists perform as super star coaches Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani look on? Here's a look at the purported set list.

May 8 'The Voice' spoilers: Teams Blake and Gwen

A week after she secured her first iTunes bonus of the season with her cover of Randy Travis' "Somewhere in My Broken Heart," Lauren Duski will look for a repeat performance via Wynonna's "Tell Me Why." Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, who also earned his first iTunes multiplier last week with his version of Kodaline's "All I Want," will go his second top 10 chart placement with his take on Steve Winwood's "Higher Love." Duski and Plake's teammates will take on the following tunes:

  • Team Gwen: Brennley Brown, "Anyway" (Martina McBride)
  • Team Blake: Aliyah Moulden, "Jealous" (Labrinth)
  • Team Blake: TSoul, "At This Moment" (Billy Vera and the Beaters)

Harry Styles, Bruno Mars covers on tap for Teams Alicia and Adam

The aspiring artists representing Alicia Keys and Adam Levine will take on a variety of different tunes for their chances to advance further in "The Voice" 2017 competition.

The contestants' picks are as follows, according to iTunes:

  • Team Alicia: Chris Blue, "24K Magic" (Bruno Mars)
  • Team Adam: Jesse Larson, "Jungle Love" (The Time)
  • Team Adam: Lilli Passero, "Unforgettable" (Nat King Cole)
  • Team Adam: Mark Isaiah, "Sign of the Times" (Harry Styles)
  • Team Alicia: Vanessa Ferguson, "Doo Wop" (Lauryn Hill)

To date, three of the top 10 hopefuls have scored vote multipliers following the iTunes vote when their respective covers finished a given week's voting window ranked in the top 10 of the iTunes top 200 chart. Last week, Duski and Plake both accomplished the feat, while Team Gwen's Brennley Brown did so following the top 12 live show. Given their success with music downloaders, all three will likely be safe to sing again next week, but there are no guarantees when it comes to reality TV.

So who will see commercial success following tonight's show and who will be forced to sing for the Twitter Instant Save during the May 9 results show? Watch "The Voice" 2017 top 10 performance show tonight on NBC and remember to vote!