The Sing-Off Recap: Round 3 Guilty Rockers!
The Sing-Off Season 2 aired its third episode last night on NBC.
Last night Nick Lachey returned to host episode 3 of The Sing-Off a cappella competition. The remaining six singing groups were tasked to sing two songs last night. Groups were to perform a classic rock hit and then a “guilty pleasures” song. Let’s take a quick look at how the teams did and find out who the fifth group to be voted off was.
Here is a quick little rundown of the two songs that each group of The Sing-Off performed last night:
The Backbeats – For their rock performance, this group took on “You Give Love a Bad Name” by Bon Jovi. When it got to the Guilty Pleasures performance, this group delivered one of the best performances of the night with “Love Shack” by The B-52’s.
Street Corner Symphony – This all male group performed “Creep” by Radiohead as their rock performance. Second to perform their guilty pleasure song, Street Corner Symphony also delivered an amazing rendition of “Come on Eileen” by Dexys Midnight Runners.
Jerry Lawson & Talk of the Town – The elderly soulful group of The Sing Off put their own spin on the rock classic “Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones. For the 2nd performance the group took on “Easy” by The Commodores and it was pretty damn amazing.
On The Rocks – The frat brothers turned singing group murdered performed Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar on Me” as their Sing Off rock hit. This group improved from their first performance but I still didn’t like their rendition of “Kyrie” by Mr. Mister.
Groove for Thought – Yet another terrible performance as they attempted to sing “Changes” by David Bowie. Bouncing back from their god awful rock debacle, Groove for Thought performed “You Make My Dreams” by Hall and Oates and nailed it.
Committed – The religious group tried to sing “Every Breath You Take” by The Police for their 1st Sing Off performance last night and to me it just didn’t really work. I don’t want to even talk about the “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys performance. Who the hell sings Backstreet Boys as a guilty pleasure?
With both of their performances out of the way, it was now time to find out who the fifth team voted off The Sing Off would be. Nick Lachey revealed that the bottom two were Groove for Thought and On the Rocks. Unable to bounce back from their rock performance, Groove for Thought was voted off and sent home.
The Sing-Off Season 2 is now down to five groups and will air Wednesday night at 8|7c on NBC.
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