Monday, November 28, 2011

Another young Adventist wins on 'The Sing-Off'

For the third time in a row, a Seventh-day Adventist has become the championship of NBC's "The Sing-Off", a reality TV a cappella competition.

Kevin Olusola is the beatboxer for Pentatonix, the winning a cappella group. The group was announced the winners of the show's third season during the live season finale Monday night.

The five-member team won the grand prize of $200,000 and a Sony Music recording contract.

This is the fourth time an Adventist person or an Adventist group has won on any of The Sing-Off's international franchises.

In April 2011, Gentle Voices won the The Netherlands version of "The Sing-Off."

In the United States, Committed won the second season of The Sing-Off in 2010. Nota won the show's first season in

We've included a video of the winner being announced:

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Donna Wright said...

Wow, that's really cool!

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