On "The Sing-Off's" third night of competition, the five remaining groups went head to head on medleys by some of music's biggest artists. After a half-time elimination, the final four performed songs requested by the judges. The Beelzebubs were unstoppable. They finally figured out how to perform some entertaining moves without losing their sound quality. Usually perfect, Nota may finally have showed a clink in their armor. With only five a capella groups in the race now, every imperfection could mean that they're going home.
The show kicked off with a group performance of "Mr. Blue Sky" by Electric Light Orchestra. It was bright and cheery. I now know what it feels like to watch "The Wizard of Oz" on acid. The choreography was a bit stale for my taste. You know those really stiff dances in beauty pageants? It was like that meets the oompa-loompas from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
Round 1: Medleys
Group 1: Nota (San Juan, Puerto Rico) on Jackson 5
When they said they were doing Jackson 5, I knew they were going to kill it. They did. Tonight, I actually think typically perfect David struggled on the falsetto. Ludwig, the lead singer on "I'll Be There," though, couldn't have been a better pairing.
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