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Watch Pentatonix Cover Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone"

Pentatonix , winners of The Sing-Off season 3, put their own unique a cappella spin on "Telephone" by Lady Gaga and Beyonce in this concert footage from Toyota Oakdale Theater, courtesy of #YahooLive. If their Christmas album gave you chills, wait till you hear this: The five-person group, which hails from Arlington, Texas, are currently in the midst of their 2015 "On My Way Home" world tour. Are you a fan of their rendition, or do you prefer the original? Sound off below!

'The Sing-Off' will premiere on NBC December 9

"The Sing-Off," NBC's holiday competition series, will premiere a new season on Monday, Dec. 9. There will be seven episodes in total this season, with the finale coming on Monday, Dec. 23.If you're not familiar with "The Sing-Off" from any of its previous seasons, the show has been running since 2009 and features a cappella groups competing for a top prize of a recording contract and $100,000. Although most of the tunes on the show are popular songs familiar to everyone, the groups usually offer their own twists on the classics. Plus, there is the added difficulty that nothing in a cappella can be faked. With no soundtracks, bands or other safety nets, everything is on the line during each performance.Nick Lachey will return this season as the host of "The Sing Off," while Jewel will join veteran judges Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman on the judging panel.Both the premiere and the finale of... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/10/the-sing-off-will-premiere-on-nbc-december-9.html

NBC's The Sing-Off Adds Jewel as Judge

Jewel has joined the judges panel on The Sing-Off , NBC announced Tuesday. The four-time Grammy nominee replaces... //www.tvguide.com/News/NBC-Sing-Off-Jewel-1067493.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Nick Lachey Returns as Host of 'The Sing-Off,' Jewel Joins as Judge

NBC will air the singing competition as a holiday strip to air over several nights later this year.      //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/U1tXs-a3_NU/story01.htm

Sara Bareilles Not Returning to NBC's 'The Sing-Off'

Sara Bareilles is one and done. The singer won't be returning to the fourth season of NBC's "The Sing-Off," TheWrap confirms. Sources close to the singer-songwriter tell EW that she wants to "focus on her music." Read More... //www.thewrap.com/tv/article/sara-bareilles-isnt-returning-nbcs-sing-84356

'The Sing Off' Is Coming Back!

"The Sing Off" is returning to NBC ! The a cappella reality competition series, which aired from 2009-2012 on the Peacock network, is coming back for a fourth season. NBC's official "Sing Off" website now reads "Returning Soon!" and there is an official casting website . There will be auditions in Chicago, Nashville, LA and New York between April 27 and May 18. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/n2irSl_Bpo4/the-sing-off-returning-season-4-nbc_n_2870810.html

TV ratings: 'The Sing-Off' finale rises but CBS reruns lead Monday

Fast National ratings for Monday, Nov. 28, 2011"The Sing-Off" drew its biggest audience of the season as it crowned its winner Monday night, and it also helped "Rock Center with Brian Williams" draw its best numbers so far this season.That wasn't enough, however, to move NBC much higher up in the night's rankings. The Peacock did beat ABC in viewers (though not in adults 18-49) for the night, but its numbers are also inflated a little because the network's New Orleans affiliate carried "Monday Night Football." At any rate, it fell well short of catching CBS' rerun lineup or FOX's original dramas.CBS averaged 8.5 million viewers and a 5.4 rating/8 share in households for the night -- pretty healthy returns for an evening full of repeats. FOX (7.3 million, 4.3/6) finished second and was up a bit from last week. NBC (5.95 million, 3.7/6) took third, narrowly beating ABC (5.85 million, 3.5/5). The CW, which... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/tv-ratings-the-sing-off-finale-rises-but-cbs-reruns-lead-monday.html

'The Sing-Off' Finale: And the Winner Is... (VIDEO)

After their longest season yet, it was down to a college a cappella group, a hip hop group and a group creating an electronic dance club sound on the season finale of 'The Sing-Off' (Mon., 8PM ET on NBC). It was amazing watching these three powerhouse groups through the season. !!SPOILER ALERT!! The Dartmouth Aires soared under the powerful lead vocals of Michael, while it took Urban Method a little while to find their strengths beyond their rap niche. Pentatonix struggled a bit with deciding how far to take their signature remixes. But all three groups excelled and impressed week after week. //www.aoltv.com/2011/11/29/the-sing-off-finale-and-the-winner-is-video/

'The Sing Off' winners Pentatonix on YouTube, Nick Lachey and recording an album

Arlington, Texas trio-turned a cappella quintet Pentatonix were crowned the winners of "The Sing-Off" in the show's two-hour live finale. Zap2it caught up with the group backstage after the show to talk about their new title. Frankly, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstie Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola were still a little shell-shocked at their win, but managed to string enough sentences together to speak effusively about their competition during the show, finding their exquisite rhythm section, and recording their first album.Zap2it: Congratulations! How does it feel to be the "Sing Off" winners? Scott: It feels amazing. It really does. Kevin: To know that we came from completely different parts of the country -- they started off as a trio then added [me and Avi] to the group -- and then we created this sound that is very much us, now to showcase that to the world is a really surreal feeling. Scott: Just knowing... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/the-sing-off-winners-pentatonix-on-youtube-nick-lachey-and-recording-an-album.html

'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... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/the-sing-off-shawn-stockman-sayus.html