Five celebrities have taken on the challenge of piecing
together four 20-voice choirs for a charity sing-off.
Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Choirmasters: Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick
Lachey, Kelly Rowland, Blake Shelton
Creators: Friday TV (based on an original format)
EP: Jason Raff, Paul Telegdy
Packagers: BBC Worldwide Americas, Friday TV
Origin: Steiner Studios, New York
Airs: All this week at 8p ET on NBC
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Elimination and Second Swarm
Last time on Clash of the
Choirs: 5 superstars faced a mission: form people who can sing to make
a 20-person choir using one voice. Nick Lachey took the "unwritten"
pen out of the gate, Kelly Rowland gave "Freedom" to America, Michael
Bolton flew on a wing & a prayer, Blake Shelton took the "highway"
less traveled, and Patti Labelle rocked the "world" to end it. Now,
the mission continues. 1 choir will abort it. Join us now from New
York for night 2 of CLASH...OF THE CHOIRS!
It's time to see who's
cut. Team Shelton is up first. Did the public throw the hail
Mary?.............................................They SCORED! They're
safe for now. Team Labelle is up next. Will they continue their quest
for world domination?..............................................of
course. They're safe. Team Lachey is up. Do they got the pen in their
hands to keep writing?................................You bet. They're
safe. Team Bolton & Team Rowland would have to wait, but we got a lot
of singing to do, so let's go.
Team Shelton will be up to
do "Takin" to the Streets" by the Doobie Bros. Facts about those guys:
One song is the theme to
this FOX game show. You know what it is.
These guys were in a
sitcom. Same as above.
Chris Berman makes a
reference to a baseball player named Mike Hargrove. I think you know
Chris says it's a great
experience, but Blake calls Patti the biggest threat. Watch out now!
Team Labelle is now up to
do "I'll stand by you" by The Pretenders. The facts about the band go
And boy, they brought it
like gravy. Kelly is so choked up, I'm choked up like the end of an
NCAA title game.
John Sabina of the Army
has a message for the troops overseas and then, there was one singer
who lost weight and once worked in a resteraunt. Can you guess what
team she's in? Yep, it's Team LACHEY doing "Friends in Low Places" by
Garth Brooks. Here's some wiki about him:
And according to Blake, it
was something he knows about. Yeah.
It's all down to either
the New Haveners or the Oklahoma people. And the axe goes
SHelton. But they ain't going away losers, the consolation prize
is......you'll just have to wait later. But now Team Bolton will round
With Ryan on the DL for a
throat problem, he surges back with "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell. About the song itself:
As the last fact states,
it was a mixture of both. Even Nick has fallen in love with a silver
fox. Behave yourself, Nick.
We're halfway through the
mission. As we learned tonight, no one wants to go home. It's all
about their hometowns. Be here tomorrow as another choir is denied
from the mission. From New York everybody, Good Night!