TV Notes: Country group wins 'Sing-Off' finale on NBC

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The fourth season of NBC's reality singing competition series "The Sing-Off" came to a close Monday night, with one of the three final a cappella acts being crowned the winner, E! News reports.

Country group Home Free, high schoolers Vocal Rush and gospel collective Ten were the finalists left to battle it out for the $100,000 prize, a recording contract with Sony Music and the prime spot on "The Sing-Off's" first-ever tour.

But only one act could be named the winner of the Nick Lachey-hosted competition, so which group reigned supreme?

Home Free! The group performed "I Want Crazy" during the first round, then teamed up with judge Jewel to give a rendition of "Have a Merry Little Christmas."

Ten, who sang "Joyful Joyful" with Shawn Stockman and then "Love On Top," came in second place, leaving Vocal Rush in third place, after performances of "Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth" with Ben Folds and "Roar."

During the hour, Mr. Lachey's boy band 98 Degrees took the stage and caused the inner tween in us to geek out when itperformed "I'll Be Home for Christmas." Also performing during the two-hour finale were Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.

Hall wrecks Porsche

Los Angeles police say talk show host Arsenio Hall drove off a road in the San Fernando Valley but he's uninjured, the AP reports.

Sgt. Russell Carr tells City News Service that Hall lost control of his Porsche and drove into a dirt shoulder at around 7:15 p.m. Monday in West Hills.

The car had to be towed.

Mr. Carr says it's unclear why Hall lost control of the car but police have ruled out driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.


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