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Addison Agen, Chloe Kohanski lead iTunes for The Voice

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Chloe Kohanski performs during Top 12 night on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Chloe Kohanski performs during Top 12 night on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Chalk up bonus points for Addison Agen.

The 16-year-old from Fort Wayne, Ind., landed at number nine on the iTunes singles chart with her cover of Sara Bareilles’ “She Used to Be Mine.”

And any singer landing in the Top 10 when voting ends at noon eastern time earns bonus points — five times their iTunes downloads.

That might not make as much as of an impact as it has in the past with the new votes-for-streaming rules, but it still marks a great start to the finals for Addison.

In fact, it’s a good day on the charts for The Voice as a whole. Every member of the Top 12 made it onto the Top 200.

Chloe Kohanski wound up second on the charts with “Thank You.” And fans put two of her previous songs — “Landslide” and “Time After Time” — back into the Top 200. That means more votes for Chloe as well.

Fans also clearing appreciated Janice Freeman’s show-closing performance of “The Story.” It wound up at number 21 on the overall singles chart.

Here’s where everyone landed on the charts. Check back at 8 p.m. I’ll be live blogging tonight’s results show.

Overall singles chart

#9 — Addison Agen, “She Used to Be Mine”

#17 — Chloe Kohanski, “Thank You”

#21 — Janice Freeman, “The Story”

#40 — Jon Mero, “Why I Love You”

#42 — Noah Mac, “Speed of Sound”

#48 — Keisha Renee, “Midnight Train to Georgia”

#63 — Brooke Simpson, “Praying”

#88 — Adam Cunningham, “Against All Odds”

#93 — Davon Fleming, “Love on Top”

#94 — Red Marlow, “The Church on Cumberland Road”

#99 — Ashland Craft, “Delta Dawn”

#166 — Shi’Ann Jones, “Vision of Love”

Alternative singles chart

#4 — Chloe Kohanski, “Thank You”

#6 — Noah Mac, “Speed of Sound”

County singles chart

#4 — Keisha Renee, “Midnight Train to Georgia”

#19 — Adam Cunningham, “Against All Odds”

#21 — Red Marlow, “The Church on Cumberland Road”

#22 — Ashland Craft, “Delta Dawn”

Pop singles chart

#5 — Addison Agen, “She Used to Be Mine”

#15 — Janice Freeman, “The Story”

#28 — Brooke Simpson, “Praying”

R&B / soul singles chart

#2 — Jon Mero, “Why I Love You”

#4 — Davon Fleming, “Love on Top”

#8 — Shi’Ann Jones, “Vision of Love”

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