Trevin, Cassadee top iTunes among The Voice artists

It doesn’t appear as though any of The Voice artists are going to cash in on those iTunes bonus points host Carson Daly was talking about last night.

He said they’d come into play if an artist’s performance cracked the top 10 on iTunes singles chart.

As of 1 p.m. (vote closing time on the West Coast), none of the Top 12 from The Voice had done that.

But seven had cracked the top 100 on the iTunes chart and only three failed to crack the top 200.

That could be bad news for those three when results are announced this evening, especially since two of the three — Michaela Paige and Adriana Louise — needed a judges’ save to get this far.

The third: None other than last week’s star Amanda Brown. Her Top 20 rendition of “Dream On” is still on the iTunes chart (#148), the only single from a week ago to accomplish that feat.

But her “Spectrum” performance from Monday night is nowhere to be found.

Leading the pack this week?

Trevin Hunte, at number 31, with “When a Man Loves a Woman,” and Cassadee Pope, at number 32, with “Behind Those Hazel Eyes.”

The others to chart were as follows:

48: Terry McDermott, “More Than a Feeling”
49: Bryan Keith, “Back to Black”
60: Melanie Martinez, “Cough Syrup”
77: Nicholas David, “Power of Love”
78: Dez Duron, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You”
125: Sylvia Yacoub, “My Heart Will Go On”
177: Cody Belew, “The Best”

If you missed my song-by-song grades from last night, head here.

And check back at 8 p.m. I’ll be live blogging throughout the results show.

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