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About Sing On!
Tituss Burgess hosts a competition in which contestants strive to hit all the right notes while singing their hearts out in an effort to win up to $60,000.
A team of six contestants performs a total of five songs that share the same theme. For each song, each remaining contestant who is part of the team must sing their assigned lines, with the order of performance being assigned at random. The amount of money that is added to the jackpot (which has a maximum value of $60,000) is determined based on how well the team sings; the individual scores (which determine a contestant’s vocal accuracy) are calculated during the performance.
At the end of a song, the contestant with the highest individual score (out of 100 percent) advances to the next round; the other contestants are put up for elimination via a secret vote. After the contestants vote, the contestant who has the most votes is eliminated from the game and leaves with no money except if they accumulated a bonus prize; if there is a tie, the contestant with the lowest individual score is eliminated. This process continues until two contestants remain. In the first two rounds, the maximum value for each song is $10,000; the value increases to $20,000 per song in the third and fourth rounds.
During the second round, a “Tituss Prize” for best physical performance of $500 is awarded to one contestant. If the “Tituss Prize” isn’t awarded in the second round, it continues until awarded by the host. The rules change slightly for the fourth round, where the “Golden Note” bonus feature, where each of the three remaining contestants can win a guaranteed $1,000 bonus by perfectly singing a designated note, goes into effect; no voting takes place in the fourth round, where the contestant with the lowest individual score is eliminated. The format for the main game is somewhat similar to Weakest Link.
Last episode of Sing On! on Netflix aired on September 16, 2020.