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Voices of Lee reaching for the ‘Big Time’

The Voices of Lee will be among eight a cappella singing groups competing for a prize of $100,000 and an Epic Records/Sony recording contract on “The Sing-Off” beginning Dec. 14 on NBC. Voices of Lee Director Danny Murray said Monday the vocal ensemble auditioned Sept. 17 in Atlanta during the week of the group’s 15th anniversary celebration. “It was a very, very busy week,” he said. “We didn’t know if we would even be able to audition.”

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NBC'S THE SING OFF: By the Numbers

(updated 11/24/09) 3 College groups 1 group has more than the limit of 10-members as stated in the audition materials 2 groups from religious schools (Noteworthy, BYU; Voices of Lee, Lee University) 1 group named after a religious character (Beelzebubs) 2 all-female groups: Noteworthy and Maxx Factor 3 all-male groups: Beelzebubs, Face, NOTA

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NBC's A Cappella Singing Competition "The Sing-Off" Announces Groups

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., November 23, 2009, Multi-platinum recording artist Nick Lachey is set to host NBC's upcoming a cappella singing competition series, "The Sing-Off," a four night holiday event premiering Monday, December 14 (8-10 p.m. ET). The one-of-a-kind battle of voices will continue on December 15 and 16, culminating in a live finale on December 21 (each night 8-10 p.m. ET).

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Nick Lachey to Host New Singing Competition Show

For those who shared the Aussies' outrage over Britney Spears, here's a new TV show for you: The Sing-Off, a competition you can not sync your lips into. Hosted by Nick Lachey, the four-night NBC series premiering Dec. 14 features eight singing groups vying for an Epic Records/Sony Recording contract, and the only instruments allowed will be their own voices.

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NBC in tune with 'Sing-Off': Competish set for week-long rollout next month

NBC has confirmed a week-long rollout next month for its a cappella competish "The Sing-Off." Show will air as a four-night event starting Monday, Dec. 14, with a two-hour bow at 8 p.m. "Sing-Off" will continue with two-hour episodes on Tuesday, Dec. 15 and Wednesday, Dec. 16 -- and then a two-hour finale on Monday, Dec. 21. Scheduling pattern is similar to what NBC did during the holidays in 2007 with its short-lived "Clash of the Choirs."