The Voice on iTunes: Mark Isaiah, Aliyah Moulden, Vanessa Ferguson in danger

The Voice on iTuensWhat’s the latest in terms of The Voice on iTunes? Like with every other week, we’re getting a sense of who could be safe entering tonight.

The more we look at the results, the more that it feels almost like we’re getting set for another clash of country in the finale. Lauren Duski is the highest-ranked artist as of 1:00 p.m. Pacific time on iTunes, posting a #3 ranking for “Somewhere in My Broken Heart.” Meanwhile, Hunter Plake is at #10 for “All I Want,” and Brennley Brown is #15 with “River.” Chris Blue somehow managed to breathe new life into “When a Man Loves a Woman,” and those were the most-dominant of the four songs on the chart. These are also in our mind the strongest and most-consistent artists on the show right now. That stinks for Adam Levine since none of them are on his team, but hey — he’s won the show before. Give Gwen Stefani and Alicia Keys a good kick at the can!

As for who is in danger, look at the three names in the title. While nobody is outside the top 100 this week, Mark Isaiah, Aliyah Moulden, and Vanessa Ferguson are all really close to each other around the #70 mark. If we were to guess, it’d be Vanessa in Mark in the most danger given that Aliyah gets the Blake Sheldon Bump, the almost-patented technology in which Blake’s fans support the crap out of anyone who is a part of his team. We’re not ruling out a few other names either, though — TSoul was outside the top 60 for “Lay Me Down,” and Stephanie Rice was barely in it for “Behind Blue Eyes.”

For those of you who like to go into results shows with a sense of unpredictability, this is the night for you! Because of the rankings for some of the artists being so bunched together, it really does feel as though almost anything could happen on the show tonight other than those top four names we mentioned going home. Even if we trot along towards a predictable end, there is still some drama that comes via seeing if any of the artists on the secondary tier take advantage of their chance to deliver an epic save-me performance that lifts them up to a higher echelon than they were a part of previously.

Who do you think will leave The Voice tonight? Sound off with your predictions below!

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