Sing Off Finale was two hours long but it's worth it. What with performances by Boyz II Men with judge Shawn Stockman, Smokey Robinson, Bobby McFerrin, (judge) Natasha Bedingfield, and (judge) Ben Folds. If you want spoilers, read the blockquoted text below the video.

The Sing-Off concluded its run with a two-hour finale that included performances by Smokey Robinson, Boyz II Men (including judge Shawn Stockman), Bobby McFerrin, (judge) Natasha Bedingfield, and (judge) Ben Folds. Host Nick Lachey and those randomly sprinkled hairs beneath his nose he calls a moustache all presided over the a cappella competition between the three finalists: the Beelzebubs, Voices of Lee, and Nota.

SPOILER ALERT! Don’t read any further if you don’t want to know who won The Sing-Off. The winning act won a recording contract and a cash prize of $100,000.

The winners were Nota, the San Juan, Puerto Rico-based singers. They displayed a nice intricacy and range that probably put them over the top, although I was most charmed this night by the Beelzebubs’ choice of farewell song after they’d been booted: a cleverly frantic, scrambling-for-the-exits version of the Animals’ “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place.”

Unfortunately, the limitation of The Sing-Off as a series is that, after a while, whether an act was singing a song by the Beatles or from The Sound of Music, the majority of similar harmonies and the beatbox percussive effects eventually reduced a lot of the music to a pretty repetitiveness.

If you are looking for websites where you can watch the full show, just get back to this page in a few moments, I'll post some links here.


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