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'The Sing-Off': 'On the Rocks' Wants You to Pour Some Sugar on Them ... Yeah! (VIDEO)

Step inside, let's walk this way. Hey, television lover! Baby, let's go all night. 'The Sing-Off' (Mon., 8PM ET on NBC) returned for its fourth episode, and the theme for the show's second round was this -- "Guilty Pleasures." Sweet. The six remaining groups hit us with some very guilty pleasures indeed, including 'Love Shack' and -- yikes! -- 'I Want It That Way.' But cult favorites 'On the Rocks' continued with their winning ways, busting out an awe-inspiring version of Def Leppard's 'Pour Some Sugar on Me' -- complete with hilarious/"sexy" choreography. To Read More Click Here.

'The Sing-Off': An Amazing Group Peformance of Kings of Leon's 'Use Somebody' (VIDEO)

The fog machine! The slow fist-pumps in the air! The singers awkwardly resting their hands on each others' shoulders! All this could only mean one thing ... 'The Sing-Off' (Wed., 8PM ET on NBC) kicked off with a group performance tonight. All 71 singers took part in a choral rendition of 'Use Somebody' by Kings of Leon, singing these words: "You know that I could use somebody/ Someone like you." It was an amazing opening performance. But despite the teamwork and camaraderie, it's still a contest. The stakes are high -- the groups are competing for $100,000 and a recording contract. By the end of the night, only 50 singers would be left, as two groups were sent home. Who would be cut? To Read More Click Here.

VIDEO: The Sing-Off's Nick Lachey Asks Where's the Love for 98 Degrees?

On The Sing-Off's Season 2 premiere, the 10 competing groups took on modern hits like Justin Bieber's "Baby" and oldies such as the Drifters' "Save the Last Dance For Me." But there's still one group that Nick Lachey wants to see get the a cappella treatment. "I keep waiting for a 98 Degrees song to be covered because I just feel like that's well overdue," the show's host tells TVGuide.com. "The way that these songs are done is fairly unconventional and done in ways that you wouldn't expect." To Read More Click Here.

TV Tonight: What's On Wednesday 12/8

Tonight be sure to check out all-new episodes of Modern Family, Psych, Friday Night Lights, and more! Also, in lieu of the usual Wednesday night CW fare, check out the 1-hour special, Fashion Forward: Making It for an inside look at the fashion industry, hosted by Ashley Greene! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c The Middle  on ABC Survivor: Nicaragua  on CBS Human Target  on FOX The Sing-Off  on NBC 8:30/7:30c Better With You  on ABC 9/8c Modern Family  on ABC Criminal Minds  on CBS Fashion Forward: Making It  on The CW -- 1-hour special! Hell's Kitchen  on FOX Friday Night Lights  on DirecTV MythBusters  on Discovery 10/9c The Whole Truth  on ABC The Defenders  on CBS Psych  on USA Network Top Chef All Stars  on Bravo What will you be watching?

'The Sing-Off' Season Premiere: Viral Video Stars Do Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance' (VIDEO)

The combination of amateur singers, famous songs and national TV could be a great concept. Or, it could be a terrible one. The premiere of 'The Sing-Off' (Mon., 8PM ET on NBC) left it up to the viewers to decide. The reality show features ten amateur singing groups -- all competing for a recording contract and a $100,000 prize. Season Two started with a bang, of sorts. Viral video sensation 'On the Rocks' performed their rendition of Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance.' If you're not familiar with this song, here are some of the lyrics: To Read More  Click Here.

TV Tonight: What's On Monday 12/6

Happy Monday! Get ready to get down tonight with the American Country Awards on FOX, as well as the 2-hour season 2 premiere of The Sing-Off on NBC! Also new tonight are all your favorite CBS Monday night comedies like How I Met Your Mother, Two and a Half Men, and more! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c Skating with the Stars  on ABC How I Met Your Mother  on CBS 90210  on The CW American Country Awards  on FOX The Sing-Off  on NBC -- season premiere! 8:30/7:30c Rules of Engagement  on CBS 9/8c Two and a Half Men  on CBS Gossip Girl  on The CW 9:30/8:30c Mike & Molly  on CBS 10/9c Castle  on ABC Hawaii Five-0  on CBS Chase  on NBC What will you be watching?

5 Things to Know About the New Season of The Sing-Off

Last year, Puerto Rican a cappella group Nota's take on the Jay Sean hit "Down" helped them shoot to the top on The Sing-Off, winning $100,000 and a Sony recording contract. A year later, a cappella music is again in focus thanks to Glee's recent best-selling single "Teenage Dream" (which coincidentally features former Sing-Off competitors, the Beelzebubs) and the return of The Sing-Off. TVGuide.com talked with the talent behind NBC's reality competition series at a recent Paley Center for Media event to discuss what's in store for Season 2. 1. The Competition is Bigger After the season's success, twice as many groups auditioned this year. To make room, the series will now feature 10 competing groups instead of eight. "There was so much talent in the second season and we wanted to try and cover it as much as we could," host Nick Lachey tells us. "We also expanded from four to five episodes, so that opened it up for more talent to be included in the competition." There's also more diversity in the performers' styles and ages. Groups range from high school music students to music teachers. "A cappella really does span all ages and it's nice to see that represented in our show," Lachey says. To Read More Click Here.

THE SING OFF (NBC) Season 2 First Look

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the season 2 premiere episode of THE SING OFF which airs on the following days: Mondays and Wednesdays, Dec. 6, 8, 13 & 15 (8-10 p.m. ET); Live Finale: Monday, Dec. 20 (8-10 p.m. ET). Show Summary:  Ten a capella groups from around the country step onto "The Sing-Off" stage for the first time to compete for the ultimate prize, a recording contract and $100,000. Nick Lachey hosts while the groups come together as one to sing Kiki Dee’s "I’ve Got the Music in Me" in addition to individual performances of the groups’ choice. Celebrity judges Ben Folds, Shawn Stockman and Nicole Scherzinger will decide which two groups won’t make the cut. Source & Preview

'The X Factor': Nicole Scherzinger as a judge in the U.S.?

"The X Factor" is set to launch its U.S. version in the fall of 2011 and according to Radar Online, Nicole Scherzinger has the "inside track" on a spot on the judges' panel. Scherzinger will fill in for the pregnant Dannii Minogue on the British talent show when an audition episode tapes next week and an insider tells Radar that if she does well, it will give her a leg up on the U.S. version when the panel is being put together. Nicole recently won "Dancing With the Stars," she was a Pussycat Doll member and she has a bit of judging experience from NBC's "The Sing Off," the a capella competition show that aired last December. What do you think about Nicole as a judge? Paula Abdul is another name that has been tossed about, but is there room for the two of them or will the show follow the typical male-female-male format? Source Here

NBC to Bring Back The Sing Off - Featured

NBC plans to bring The Sing Off back for a second season, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The show, which features a cappella groups performing popular songs in an elimination contest, debuted in December with a four-episode run. The ratings for the Nick Lachey-hosted show were solid during the brief stint. No premiere date has been set for the new episodes. Are you excited to see more of The Sing Off? Source Here