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The Sing-Off — Finals!

posted by Nell Minow

I hope you’ve been keeping up with “The Sing-Off” — it is simply enthralling television. I just hate to think that they can’t all be winners! If you’ve been watching, be sure to check out the blog from judge Ben Folds. His comments are always positive but specific and highly instructive. Which group and performance have been your favorite? Who do you think will win?

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  • Linda

    I’ve ben enjoying The Sing Off this season. I marvel every time a group is voted out. They all deserve to win. I’m partial to Street Corner Symphony and Committed. Tonight will be fun to watch,thanks for writing about it!

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Linda! I loved them all and it was a tough call between the final two, but I am delighted that Committed won the big prize.

  • http://www.familymediasolutions.com Bryan Ries

    I was completely impressed with the talent this year. Every single group was good. I wasn’t excited about a gospel group going secular and sensualizing their music to that extent. But, we’ll see what the album is like that they produce! I like Street Corner Symphony even more I think (musically speaking).

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