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Lee University's Jordan Smith performs on NBC's "The Voice."

For the third time during six weeks of live performances on "The Voice," Jordan Smith is at the top of iTunes' singles charts.  Songs performed by the Lee University student on Monday night's opening round of the two-part Season 9 finale held the first, third and fifth spots on iTunes Tuesday morning.

"Voice" host Carson Daley revealed in Monday night's episode that Smith is the first contestant from the show to crack the top 10 on iTunes' singles chart every week of live performances. His performances Monday night kept that record intact.

In all, "Voice" performances held  eight of the top 10 spots.  Only Adele at No. 4 with "Hello," and Justin Bieber at No. 9 with "Sorry" kept it from being a sweep.

"Voice" finalists Smith, Emily Ann Roberts, Barrett Baber and Jeffery Austin each performed three selections Monday: a duet with their coach, a holiday song and a solo.  Smith's holiday choice, "Mary Did You Know?" reached No. 1, followed by Emily Ann Roberts' performance of "Burning House" at No. 2.

Smith opened the finale with "Climb Every Mountain" from "Sound of Music," which was the first '"Voice" performance to break into the Top 10 Monday night. It was No. 4 before the show ended and it peaked at No. 3.  Smith's remaining song, "God Only Knows," his duet with coach Adam Levine, took fifth, followed by Roberts' duet with coach Blake Shelton, "Islands In the Stream," at No. 6.

Finalists Jeffery Austin and Barrett Baber held seventh and eighth places, respectively. Surprisingly, Smith's breakout performance of Queen's "Somebody to Love," which he performed in last week's semifinal round, made a comeback during Monday night's voting to take the 10th spot on the chart.

"The Voice" results show will air at 9 o'clock tonight on NBC.

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