Emily Ann Roberts, Deitrick Haddon & Chris Tomlin Scale Christian/Gospel Charts

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Emily Ann Roberts

Seventeen-year-old Knoxville, Tenn., native Emily Ann Roberts, one of the final 12 contestants on the current season of NBC's The Voice, makes her Billboard chart debut in style, launching atop the Christian Digital Songs survey (dated Nov. 28) with her take on the classic hymn "In the Garden."

The track starts with 21,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music, also planting her at No. 3 on Hot Christian Songs.

Another Voice contestant, Celeste Betton, opens at No. 3 on Christian Digital Songs (7,000) and No. 17 on Hot Christian Songs with her cover of Carrie Underwood's "Something in the Water"; the 2014 original ruled Hot Christian Songs and Hot Country Songs for 26 and seven weeks, respectively.

BACK 'AGAIN': Deitrick Haddon's Masterpiece opens at No. 1 on Top Gospel Albums with 9,000 first-week copies sold. Fueled by single "Restore Me Again," which cracks the top 10 on Gospel Airplay (11-9) and lifts 16-12 on Hot Gospel SongsMasterpiece is Haddon's sixth No. 1 on Top Gospel Albums (and 18th appearance dating to his first in 1998). The artist/producer is also a cast member on the Oxygen reality show Preachers of L.A.

MERRY MOVE: On Top Christian Albums, Chris Tomlin's Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship dashes 2-1 in its third week (up 74 percent to 9,000 sold). The 11-song mix of classics and originals is Tomlin's sixth No. 1 on the chart and third in succession, all of which debuted at the top, following 2014's Love Ran Red (at No. 3 in its 55th week) and 2013's Burning Lights.


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