"The Voice" 2013 resumed Dec. 16 on NBC as the top three acts took part in the season five performance finale. According to the data taken from the iTunes top 400 singles chart as of the close of the voting window on Dec. 17, all three finalists will enter the Dec. 17 results show on even footing, as each snagged a single download vote multiplier for their respective efforts.
The highest ranking of all went to Tessanne Chin, whose virtually flawless rendition of the typically untouchable Whitney Houston classic "I Have Nothing" staked a claim to the number one spot on the chart shortly after the west coast airing of the broadcast concluded. The former back-up singer reacted with a mix of humility and awe upon hearing that she'd snagged her second consecutive number one hit, tweeting "No way!!!!! I am speechless!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!" to Twitter followers.
Chin's duet with coach Adam Levine, a reggae-infused version of "Let it Be," also finished in the top 10, scoring the third spot on the chart, but duets haven't historically earned contestants the iTunes bonus. Her third offering, a reprise of Pink's "Try," finished the voting window ranked 15th.
Levine's other finalist, dad and musician extraordinaire Will Champlin, saw his version of the Bryan Adams' hit "Everything I Do (I Do it for You)" finish eighth, scoring him his third download multiplier of the season. His duet with Levine, a take on Elton John's "Tiny Dancer," ranked 10th, while his reprise of Gavin DeGraw's "Not Over You" finished a field-worst 49th.
Teen Jacquie Lee of Team Christina Aguilera earned her iTunes multiplier with her cover of Jennifer Hudson's "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," which ranked ninth. Her diva-tastic duet with Aguilera, a take on "We Remain," earned her 19th place, while her reprise of Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" placed 30th.
To see which of the talented finalists claims the title, watch "The Voice" 2013 season five finale Dec. 17 on NBC.