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'The Voice' 2014 top 10 song spoilers revealed

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"The Voice" 2014 resumes April 28 on NBC as the top 10 aspiring artists hit the stage to once again sing live for America's votes. Curious fans don't have to wait for the broadcast to find out who's singing what, as a set of pre-show updates made to the iTunes store just hours before go-time spilled the beans.

The two remaining ladies representing international super star Shakira will sing two distinctly different tunes for America's votes and a shot at the week's iTunes bonus. Aspiring country star Kristen Merlin will step away from the genre with Passenger's soulful "Let Her Go," while Tess Boyer, who claimed the first Twitter save of the season during the April 22 results show that saw the booting of teammate Dani Moz, is slated to channel Paramore with "Ain't It Fun."

Team Usher, which suffered the loss of rising R&B singer T.J. Wilkins on April 22, will move forward as its two surviving artists deliver a pair of older-school tunes. On the schedule for Bria Kelly is the 2002 Avril Lavigne release "I'm With You," while Josh Kaufman will attempt to score a second iTunes multiplier with his take on the Kenny Loggins classic "This Is It."

The artists representing country star Blake Shelton will put their respective spins on a selection of tunes both new and old. Power vocalist Sisaundra Lewis is slated to get her 80s on with Steve Perry's "Oh Sherrie," while the other two aspiring singers will bring slightly more modern offerings to the stage. Jake Worthington will perform the 2001 George Strait release "Run," while Audra McLaughlin will sing Reba McEntire's "You Lie," which debuted on country radio in 1990.

The final three contestants still in the game represent Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. Included are rocker Kat Perkins, who will sing the reality show staple "Landslide" by Stevie Nicks; Delvin Choice, who is scheduled to perform "Bright Lights" by Gary Clark, Jr.; and YouTube star Christina Grimmie, who will cover Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home."

"The Voice" 2014 top 10 show airs April 28 on NBC. The week's results show will follow on April 29.

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