Danielle Bradbery likely has a pretty big edge in the iTunes voting heading into Monday’s performance finale on The Voice.
But it’s probably not nearly the advantage Cassadee Pope had in Season 3, when her songs were topping the iTunes singles chart on a regular basis.
And it might not be as overwhelming as some would suspect.
Danielle has landed in the top 10 on iTunes three times since The Voice Season 4 finals began.
The Swon Brothers turned the trick twice; Michelle Chamuel once.
That’s important because landing in the top 10 on iTunes lands an artist 10 votes per download instead of one, and those bonus points carry over to The Voice finale.
But one of Danielle’s top performing songs (“Maybe It Was Memphis” at number 5 on iTunes) won’t count because it came in the live playoffs, not the finals.
And fans of The Swon Brothers and Michelle Chamuel who want to help even up the score can, right now, before voting for the finale begins.
In season 3 of “The Voice” we saw Cassadee Pope open up a big lead that she never relinquished on her way to winning. This season we are seeing a similar thing happen with Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel. With each passing week they are further setting themselves apart from the rest of the competition and setting up a showdown between them in the finale.