For the third season of The Sing Off, week 3 brings a different style of songs to be sung. Tonight there will be songs from the 60’s up through today. Check out the preview below:
There’s only 12 groups left and they are: Afro-Blue, Collective, Dartmouth Aires, Delilah, Deltones, Kinfolk 9, North Shore, Pentatonix, Sonos, Vocal Point, Urban Method, and Yellow Jackets. All of these groups will have their hands full competing against each other and it will be tough to decide which groups have to be voted off and sing their swan song. No matter what happens, the evening will be filled with many talented singers.
Before week 3 of The Sing Off airs tonight, here’s Sam Tsui to give a behind the scenes look at how all the participants prep for week 3 and gives the audience a feel for what happens backstage:
To make things More Exciting, NBC is offering something special called NBC LIVE which allows viewers to interact with the show as it is airing in real time. Tonight both west coast & east coast fans will have the opportunity to talk with past eliminated contestants from season 3 of The Sing Off. Here’s the list:
Zakk & John- Cat’s Pajamas,
Joe- Soul’d Out
David- Messiah’s Men
Barchue- Messiah’s Men
To use NBC Live, head to http://www.nbc.com/nbc-live/ and follow the instructions and it can be used either on your IPad or computer screen.
Besides talking with Eliminated contests NBC Live will offer other exclusive opps. while The Sing Off airs:
Vote for Your Favorite Performance!
NBC Live participants have the opportunity to be the first to vote on their favorite performance of the night with our Vote ESV.
Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
NBC Live participants get an exclusive first look at our behind the scenes gallery from episode 2.
NBC Live participants can take a poll in real time of what group had a standout performance during each round. This poll decides which video clips are selected as Cars.com “Confident Performances.”
Sara Bareilles Music Video
NBC Live participants can view Sara’s brand new music video “Gonna Get Over You” during the commercial break.