Smokey Robinson performs with a capella group Afro-Blue about the growing season finale involving NBC's "The Sing Off" on Nov. 28, 2011.(Credit: Lewis Jacobs/NBC )
(CBS) On Monday night's season finale involving NBC's reality rivalry show, "The Sing Off," Smokey Robinson showed your three leftover a cappella groupings how it's done.
The Motown legend sang their classic, "You Really Got A Hold On Me," using the considerably much loved your cappella team Afro-Blue, some sort of Jazz/Pop outfit through Howard University. The group were being eradicated the actual 7 days prior to a finale, but were contributed back for your once-in-a-lifetime possiblity to sing using Robinson.
"The Sing Off" intended for Nick Lachey conducted "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)," a track from his previous boy music group 98 Degrees, along with Pentatonix (a five-member class initially out of Arlington, Texas). Pentatonix seemed to be among the list of show's three finalists.
Judges Sarah Bareilles and Ben Folds as well gifted activities by using the a pair of other finalists, Urban Method (eight studio singers who in the past never sang together) as well as Dartmouth Aires (Dartmouth College's oldest some sort of cappella group), respectively.
But it was before this announcement on the show's winners this stole your show. Pentatonix, the particular quintet from Texas, took house the $200,000 grand prize including a taking post paid using Sony.