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VOICE  LIFTED
AT iTUNES

The Voice is making its Voice heard on the iTunes singles leaderboard, as the vocal competition (via Republic) has three tracks in the Top 5 and six in the Top 10. Leading the pack is Adam Wakefield with "I'm Sorry" at #2, followed by Alisan Porter's take on the Eagles chestnut "Desperado" at #3. Spots #5-7 are taken up by Mary Sarah ("I Told You So"), Hannah Huston ("When a Man Loves a Woman") and Bryan Bautista ("Hurt"), while Laith Al-Saadi's "One and Only" sits at #10.

Buying a single counts as a vote for the contestant, making the show's process remarkably similar to the American political system.

Of course, RCA's Justin Timberlake maintains his iron grip on #1 with the monster "Can't Stop the Feeling." But the Voice kids are definitely turning consumers' chairs around. How long will they hold the stage?

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