'The Voice' Winner Danielle Bradbery's First Single Tops iTunes Country Chart

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'The Voice' winner Danielle Bradbery has just released her fist single, entitled "The Heart of Dixie" and it has already topped the iTunes country chart and is currently number three in general songs. Could Danielle Bradbery be the first breakout star to come from The Voice?

The 16-year-old singing sensation was wildly popular on the show, but many worried that her fame would drop off after the cameras stopped rolling.

Fortunately, it looks like the budding starlet has staying power!

While she was on the show, Danielle's covers went to the top of the iTunes country charts, even beating her coach Blake Shelton when her cover of "Maybe It Was Memphis" stole the number one spot from his song "Boys 'Round Here."

Now that Danielle has released her first single, "The Heart of Dixie," her powerhouse vocals have once again scored her the top spot on the iTunes country charts.

As of this morning, Danielle had the number one spot on the country chart AND the number three overall song behind Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop."

That's pretty impressive for a newcomer!

Do you think Danielle will be The Voice's first big breakout star?



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