"The Voice" 2017 top 11 performance show aired live on NBC last night and featured the contestants singing an array of tunes originally popularized by a variety of popular artists past and present. So which two contenders scored iTunes bonuses, according to data pulled from the iTunes top 200 chart just as the voting window closed at 9 AM Pacific time on May 2? Here's a look at the week's final iTunes vote results.

Lauren Duski winds up on top in iTunes vote

After just missing an iTunes vote multiplier last week with her cover of Don Williams' "Lord, I Hope This Day is Good," Team Blake's Lauren Duski proved that she's in "The Voice" 2017 competition to win it with her May 1 offering, a spin on Randy Travis' "Somewhere in My Broken Heart." The cover landed her at number three and earned Duski her first iTunes bonus.

Also earning his first vote multiplier of the season was Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, whose take on "All I Want" by Kodaline landed at number 10. Duski and Plake are the second and third contestants of the season to claim five-times vote multipliers for their efforts on the stage; the first was Team Gwen's Brennley Brown, who earned hers with her top 12 show spin on Linda Ronstadt's "Long Long Time."

Full iTunes vote results for May 2

The full iTunes vote results for the May 1 performance show are as follows:

  • 3. Lauren Duski, "Somewhere in My Broken Heart" (Blake Shelton)
  • 10. Hunter Plake, "All I Want" (Gwen Stefani)
  • 12. Brennley Brown, "River" (Gwen Stefani)
  • 16. Chris Blue, "When a Man Loves a Woman" (Alicia Keys)
  • 17. Jesse Larson, "Human" (Adam Levine)
  • 36. Lilli Passero, "Town Without Pity" (Adam Levine)
  • 56. Stephanie Rice, "Behind Blue Eyes" (Alicia Keys)
  • 59. TSoul, "Lay Me Down" (Blake Shelton)
  • 66. Vanessa Ferguson, "Diamonds" (Alicia Keys)
  • 68. Mark Isaiah, "How to Love" (Adam Levine)
  • 70. Aliyah Moulden, "Take it Back" (Blake Shelton)

Tonight when "The Voice" 2017 returns to NBC, nine of the 11 remaining contestants will advance safely to the top 10 based on the results of the public vote, while the bottom two vote-getters will engage in a head-to-head showdown for extended competition life via the Twitter Instant Save.

Last week, Team Adam's Mark Isaiah survived the April 25 battle to earn his spot in the top 11; will he find himself in danger once again, or will two entirely new hopefuls face the ramped up pressure for the first time? Tune in at 8 PM Eastern and be ready to vote via Twitter to help decide the outcome.