'The Sing-Off': Shawn Stockman says, 'You need to breathe'


"The Sing-Off" concludes its third and longest season Monday (Nov. 28) on NBC, with a cappella groups the Dartmouth Aires, Pentatonix and Urban Method vying for the prize of $200,000 and a Sony Music recording contract.Since the show has been on a few seasons, the judges all say the quality of the groups has gone up. That's perhaps partly because they've been listening to what longtime judges Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman have been saying all along (and former judge Nicole Scherzinger, now on "The X Factor").If the show returns for a fourth season, perhaps future competitors will benefit from what new judge Sara Bareilles has been able to add.All "The Sing-Off" judges are experienced performers in their own right. R&B singer Stockman is a member of the vocal group Boyz II Men, having begun his musical career at the age of eight with the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale.Standing backstage during production on the...



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