'The Voice' Contestant Danielle Bradbery Beats Blake Shelton on iTunes Country Chart

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The Voice contestant Danielle Bradbery performed "Maybe it Was Memphis" during the playoffs and it's already beating Blake Shelton on the iTunes country chart.

We knew Danielle Bradbery's performance on The Voice live playoffs was amazing...but we had no idea just HOW amazing until we saw the iTunes charts today!

Danielle's rendition of "Maybe it Was Memphis" is sitting pretty at number one on the country charts, stealing the top spot from none other than her own Voice coach, Blake Shelton.

Blake's "Boys 'Round Here" was number one on the charts prior to Danielle's performance last night...and if you saw it, you'd know why!

After Danielle performed, Adam Levine admitted that she made him nervous because his team has to compete against such an incredible talent.

The craziest thing about Danielle is that she's actually the youngest contestant on the show and had never, ever performed on stage before she auditioned for The Voice.

When Blake saw that his mentee had stolen his spot, he proudly tweeted a photo of the chart, with the caption, "And that ladies and gentlemen is how a star is born." Later in the day, when Danielle was still hanging on strong, he joked, "Ummm... Ok @Dbradbery it's not cute anymore... I want my spot back!! I've created a monster!!!"

Between Blake's coaching and Danielle's natural ability, she is definitely going to be tough to beat!

If you didn't catch the performance, the video above is definitely worth watching!

Click here to read the Q&A Danielle did with Cambio.



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