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Chloe Kohanski, Addison Agen have iTunes edge entering Voice finale

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Chloe Kohanski and Addison Agen hold the iTunes edge heading into The Voice Season 13 finals (NBC Photo)

Chloe Kohanski and Addison Agen hold the iTunes edge heading into The Voice Season 13 finals (NBC Photo)

When fans look at iTunes results from The Voice, they assume Chloe Kohanski is the favorite to win the show.

True, she’s topped the iTunes singles chart twice in the last three weeks.

True, her last four performances have cracked the iTunes Top 10, earning her bonus points in the process.

And, true, she’s the only member of the Top 4 to hit number one on The Voice in Season 13.

But this is also the same Chloe Kohanski who failed to crack the iTunes Top 200 with her blind audition and whose battle round victory was montaged and failed to hit the Top 200 on any iTunes chart.

In that battle round, Addison Agen and Karli Webster were the show’s iTunes stars with their unique arrangement of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.”

In fact, Addison enters Monday’s season finale with just as many Top 10 iTunes hit as Chloe (four each). Brooke Simpson and Red Marlow have each cracked the iTunes Top 10 twice.

Regardless of iTunes rankings, fans should remember that downloads alone won’t win the show. Fans of Lauren Duski learned that lesson in the spring. She finished first and second on iTunes following the Top 4 show, yet wound up second to Chris Blue when the results came in.

Consider that an iTunes download counts as one vote. That one vote becomes five, if the singer makes the Top 10 on iTunes. At the same time, fans can vote up to 10 times per contestant per email address on the show’s website.

Most people have one iTunes account; most people have multiple email accounts.

I’ve posted the voting rules here. Or you can check them out on The Voice website.

Two other things to keep in mind — 1) this week the duets will not count toward voting; 2) this week cumulative iTunes voting is also a factor, meaning you can help your favorite by downloading or streaming their previous performances from the show as long as you haven’t yet done so.

Now, here’s a look at iTunes rankings for the Top 4 during the course of Season 13.

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Blind auditions

#148 — Brooke Simpson: “Stone Cold” (#45 on pop chart)

not in Top 200 — Addison Agen, “Jolene” (#57 on pop chart)

not in Top 200 — Chloe Kohanski, “The Chain” (#76 on rock chart)

not in Top 200 — Red Marlow, “Swingin'” (not in Top 200 on country chart)

Battle round

#37 — Addison Agen and Karli Webster — “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”

not in Top 200 — Red Marlow and Ryan Scripps, “Fishin’ in the Dark” (#122 on country chart)

not in Top 200 — Brooke Simpson and Sophia Bollman, “You’re a Big Girl Now” (#58 on pop singles chart)

not in Top 200 — Chloe Kohanski and Ilianna Viramontes, “I Am Woman” (not in Top 200 on pope chart, montaged performance)

Knockout round

#14 — Chloe Kohanski, “Landslide” (#1 on rock singles chart)

#37 — Addison Agen, “Beneath Your Beautiful” (#15 on pop singles chart)

#103 — Red Marlow, “Outskirts of Heaven” (#29 on country chart)

not in Top 200 — Brooke Simpson, “Natural Woman” (#77 on pop singles chart)

Playoffs

#31 — Addison Agen, “Angel from Montgomery” (#17 on pop singles chart)

#68 — Red Marlow, “Chiseled in Stone” (#17 on country singles chart)

#86 — Chloe Kohanski, “Time after Time” (#24 on pop singles chart)

#174 — Brooke Simpson, “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” (#48 on pop singles chart)

Top 12

#9 — Addison Agen, “She Used to Be Mine” (#5 on pop singles chart)

#17 — Chloe Kohanski, “Thank You” (#4 on alternative singles chart)

#63 — Brooke Simpson, “Praying” (#28 on pop singles chart)

#94 — Red Marlow, “The Church on Cumberland Road” (#21 on country singles chart)

Top 11

#1 — Chloe Kohanski, “Total Eclipse of the Heart” (#1 on pop singles chart)

#2 — Addison Agen, “A Case of You” (#2 on pop singles chart)

#9 — Red Marlow, “The Dance” (#1 on country singles chart)

#28 — Brooke Simpson, “What About Us” (#16 on pop singles chart)

Top 10

#2 — Brooke Simpson, “Amazing Grace” (#1 on Christian singles chart)

#4 — Chloe Kohanski, “Call Me” (#1 on alternative singles chart)

#9 — Addison Agen, “Lucky” (#3 on pop singles chart)

#14 — Red Marlow, “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (#1 on country singles chart)

Top 8

#1 — Chloe Kohanski (Team Blake), “I Want to Know What Love Is” (#1 on rock singles chart)

#2 — Addison Agen (Team Adam), “Both Sides Now” (#1 on pop singles chart)

#3 — Chloe Kohanski and Noah Mac — “Wicked Game” (#2 on pop singles chart)

#5 — Red Marlow (Team Blake) — “Go Rest High on that Mountain” (#1 on country singles chart)

#6 — Brooke Simpson (Team Miley) — “Faithfully” (#4 on pop singles chart)

#14 — Adam Cunningham and Red Marlow — “Can’t You See” (#2 on country singles chart)

#18 — Keisha Renee and Addison Agen — “Strong Enough” (#9 on pop singles chart)

#25 — Davon Fleming and Brooke Simpson — “Earned It” (#2 on R&B singles chart)

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