Season 4, The Voice

Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery dominate iTunes

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The Swon Brothers might have turned the trick.

Danielle Bradbery is a lock.

And tonight’s results show should offer all the suspense that last week’s lacked on The Voice.

Zach and Colton Swon with Carson Daly after their first performance on The Voice Monday night. (NBC Photo)

Zach and Colton Swon with Carson Daly after their first performance on The Voice Monday night. (NBC Photo)

Prior to Monday’s show, only two Voice artists — Danielle and Michelle Chamuel — had cracked the top 10 on iTunes.

When voting ended at 10 a.m. this morning, the Swon Brothers and Amber Carrington had joined that no longer quite so exclusive club, enhancing their chances of advancing to next week’s three-contestant finals.

In fact, the Swon Brothers turned the trick twice.

That’s right, both of their performances from Monday’s show landed in the top 10; at number three, “Danny’s Son” was the best performing single from Monday’s show at number two on iTunes overall chart, behind only Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.”

Meanwhile, Danielle continued her dominance on iTunes, cracked the top 10 with both songs as well.

No way she’s not making The Voice finals.

The contestant most in danger tonight: Sasha Allen.

Among the 10 Voice performances from Monday’s show, her songs ranked eighth and ninth on iTunes.

Here’s the complete rundown of where all the songs landed as of 10 a.m., when voting ended.

#2: The Swon Brothers, “Danny’s Song”
#4: Danielle Bradbery, “Who I Am”
#6: Danielle Bradbery, “Please Remember Me”
#8: The Swon Brothers, “Turn the Page”
#9: Amber Carrington, “Sad”
#12: Michelle Chamuel, “Time After Time”
#24: Michelle Chamuel, “Clarity”
#48: Sasha Allen, “I Will Always Love You”
#66: Sasha Allen, “Bad Girls”
#84: Amber Carrington, “Firework”

Check back tonight for the live blog as the results come in.

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