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Chloe Kohanski performs "I Want To Know What Love Is" on The Voice semifinals show. (NBC Photo)

Chloe Kohanski performs “I Want To Know What Love Is” on The Voice semifinals show. (NBC Photo)

Chloe Kohanski has done it again.

Back on Top 11 week of The Voice, she soared straight to the top of the iTunes chart with “Total Eclipse of the Heart.”

Just two hours after Monday night’s Top 8 show ended, Chloe was sitting in the same spot — number one on the iTunes overall singles chart with her cover of Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love Is.”

And as voting and downloading continued, as other singers nudged their way up the charts, that’s where Chloe’s latest cover stayed, entrenched at number one on the charts.

But she’s hardly the only Voice contestant with reason to celebrate. Addison Agen landed right behind Chloe at number two on the overall singles chart.

And the list of contestants landing solo performances in the Top 10 also included Red Marlow, Brooke Simpson and Naoh Mac.

As for those highly touted duets — the ones that The Voice mysteriously allowed to carry heavier weight in the voting than the solos — well that’s gotta have Chloe and Noah smiling as well.

Their cover of “Wicked Games” landed at number three. It was the only duet to land in the Top 10. That means Chloe and Noah will get bonus iTunes points for both of their performances from Monday night.

In addition to all the success on the iTunes singles chart, five Voice singers found themselves topping genre charts.

They include Chloe (rock chart), Noah (alternative), Addison (pop), Red (country) and Davon Fleming (R&B/soul).

The three top vote-getters from Monday’s show will automatically advance to next week’s Season 13 Voice finals.

The two lowest vote-getters will automatically go home, leaving the three in between to compete for the final Twitter save of Season 13.

Here are the rankings as of noon, when voting ended.






Overall singles chart:

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

#2 — Addison Agen (Team Adam), “Both Sides Now”

#3 — Chloe Kohanski and Noah Mac — “Wicked Game”

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

#6 — Brooke Simpson (Team Miley) — “Faithfully”

#7 — Noah Mac (Team Jennifer) — “River”

#11 — Davon Fleming (Team Jennifer) — “Gravity”

#14 — Adam Cunningham and Red Marlow — “Can’t You See”

#16 — Adam Cunningham (Team Adam) — “I’m Already There”

#18 — Keisha Renee and Addison Agen — “Strong Enough”

#21 — Keisha Renee (Team Blake) — “What Hurts the Most”

#25 — Davon Fleming and Brooke Simpson — “Earned It”

Alternative singles chart

#1 — Noah Mac (Team Jennifer) — “River”

Country singles chart

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

#2 — Adam Cunningham and Red Marlow — “Can’t You See”

#3 — Adam Cunningham (Team Adam) — “I’m Already There”

#4 — Keisha Renee (Team Blake) — “What Hurts the Most”

Pop singles chart

#1 — Addison Agen (Team Adam), “Both Sides Now”

#2 — Chloe Kohanski and Noah Mac — “Wicked Game”

#4 — Brook Simpson (Team Miley) — “Faithfully”

#9 — Keisha Renee and Addison Agen — “Strong Enough”

R&B / soul singles chart

#1 — Davon Fleming (Team Jennifer) — “Gravity”

#2 — Davon Fleming and Brooke Simpson — “Earned It”

Rock singles chart

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

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