NBC's 'The Sing-Off' calls on America to vote for its winnerby jmaloni
After 10 weeks of NBC's intense all-vocal competition, "The Sing-Off" calls for America to vote for their favorite group among the top three finalists —Dartmouth Aires, Pentatonix and Urban Method.
The series, which began with 16 groups, culminates with a live finale on Monday, Nov. 28 (8 to 10 p.m.), featuring a special guest performance by R&B legend Smokey Robinson who will be singing his hit song "You've Really Got A Hold On Me," with top-four group Afro Blue.
As previously announced, "The Sing-Off" also is expanding its season with an additional holiday themed live episode "A Sing-Off Christmas" on Monday, Dec. 5 (8 to 10 p.m.), featuring groups from all three seasons including season two winners Committed, season one winners Nota, The Backbeats, Beelzebubs, On the Rocks, Street Corner Symphony and many of the top 10 groups from season three. This all-star episode will include performances of holiday and inspirational classics with special guest Flo Rida performing his smash hit and current Billboard Top 10 single "Good Feeling." All three judges will perform on "The Sing-Off" stage with Sara Bareilles and Ben Folds tackling a holiday duet, while Shawn Stockman takes on a Christmas classic with previous winners Nota.
The momentous live season finale will also reunite the top 10 groups who competed this season in an all-girl and all-boy performance. Groups include Afro Blue (Washington, D.C.), The Collective (Nashville, Tenn.), Dartmouth Aires (Hanover, N.H.), Delilah (Los Angeles), North Shore (Boston), Pentatonix (Arlington, Texas), University of Delaware Deltones (Newark, Del.), University of Rochester YellowJackets (Rochester, N.Y.), Urban Method (Denver) and Vocal Point (Provo, Utah).
Host Nick Lachey and judges Bareilles and Folds will also have their turn to perform on "The Sing-Off" stage. The special performances include: Bareilles performing her single "Gonna Get Over You" with Urban Method; Folds performing his single "Not the Same" with Dartmouth Aires; and Lachey performing the 98 Degrees single "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" with Pentatonix
The top three groups will also have one more chance to showcase the vocal skills that propelled them to the finale. The winning group will win a Sony Music recording contract and $200,000.
Prolific songwriter and Grammy Award winner Smokey Robinson is credited with 4,000 songs and 37 Top 40 hits, including "Tears of a Clown" and "Tracks of My Tears." Robinson also served as vice president of Motown Records, writing and producing hits for groups such as the Temptations ("My Girl") and Mary Wells ("My Guy"). Robinson continues writing and recording and tours extensively in the U.S. as well as overseas.
Over the last four years, Florida-born rapper Flo Rida has become a chart fixture thanks to the blockbuster singles "Low (feat. T-Pain)" and "Right Round," and his recent Top 10 hits, "Good Feeling" and the David Guetta-produced "Club Can't Handle Me." Having sold more than 40 million singles worldwide, he has broken down barriers by uniting millions of fans of pop, hip-hop, and club music around the globe and establishing himself as an international, genre-busting superstar in the process.
Hosted by multi-platinum recording artist Lachey, "The Sing-Off" is a weekly competition featuring the nation's best a cappella groups performing chart-topping songs for celebrity judges Bareilles ("Love Song" and "King of Anything"), Folds (Ben Folds Five) and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men).
Follow "The Sing-Off" online at http://www.nbc.com/sing-off/.