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Lilli Passero, Autumn Turner crack iTunes charts for The Voice


Lilli Passero performs during the blind auditions on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Lilli Passero performs during the blind auditions on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Two songs from Tuesday’s blind auditon episode of The Voice had cracked the Top 200 on iTunes genre charts by Wednesday morning.

Autumn Turner cracked the Top 80 on the R&B / soul chart with her cover of Donna Summer’s “Last Dance.”

Autumn became the third Season 12 contestant to turn four chairs and decided to join Team Alicia Keys.

Lilli Passero said her song choice — “A Love of My Own” — was risky because it has an old-time flair.

The risk paid off. She earned a spot on Team Alicia as well and cracked the Top 120 on the iTunes pop chart.

Five artists had songs available after making the show during Tuesday’s episode. As of 8 a.m. Wednesday, none had hit the Top 200 on the overall iTunes singles chart.

But two songs from Monday’s show were still climbing that chart.

Lauren Duski was at 135 with her highly-praised cover of Jewel’s “You Were Meant for Me.”

And Stephanie Price was at 173 with her emotional cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “Piece by Piece.”

Here’s a look at the chart rankings for the songs from Tuesday night.

And, remember, there will be a special one-hour blind audition episode Thursday night.

Pop chart

116 — Lilli Passero, “A Love of My Own”

R&B/Soul chart

75 — Autumn Turner, “Last Dance”

Had not charted as of 8 a.m.

Aliyah Moulden, “Hound Dog” — pop chart

Jesse Larson, “Jealous Guy” — pop chart

Savannah Leighton, “Unconditionally” — pop chart

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