'The Voice': Artists have captured two No. 1 singles on the iTunes chart for the first time in one seasonby jmaloni
"The Voice" also has No. 1, No. 2 and No. 6 singles this week on iTunes overall chart as series nears season finale on Dec. 18
As NBC's "The Voice" roars toward its season finale on Dec. 18, this series is hitting new highs and experiencing many firsts. This is the first time that "The Voice" has had two No. 1 singles on the overall iTunes charts in one season and also occupied three of the Top 5 positions on the overall singles chart.
The show narrowed down its four finalists to three in Tuesday's episode.
Finalist Cassadee Pope's "Stupid Boy" heads the iTunes Top 10 overall singles chart and fellow finalist Terry McDermott's "Let It Be" is now the No. 2 on the iTunes Top 10 overall singles chart. Another finalist, Nicholas David, is now ranked at No. 4 in the same category. Just-eliminated Trevin Hunte is rated at No. 4 on the iTunes R&B chart for "Wind Beneath My Wings" and McDermott's "Let It Be" tops the iTunes rock chart followed by his "I Want to Know What Love Is" at No. 2 and his "Maybe I'm Amazed" is ranked at No. 5 in the same category.
Songs from "The Voice" can be purchased at www.iTunes.com/TheVoice.
The series' musician coaches are Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton