'Sing On!': Seth wins karaoke battle against Josh after thrilling 'I'll always love you' finale
Josh playfully decided to pick Whitney's popular number as the song for their final performance
The karaoke singing competition on Netflix's latest show 'Sing On!' is extremely fierce and competitive. The contestants are ready to go all out to not just showcase their amazing singing skills but also to get their hands on the potential prize of $60,000! The second episode of 'Sing On!' featured some of the most interesting bunch of contestants. All the six contestants fought extremely hard to win the intense competition, but it eventually boiled down to Seth and Josh.
While Josh managed to win three rounds on the show, Seth hadn't won any. Their skills were so good that even the 'Sing On!' vocal analyzer could give them a scoring difference of just 1 to 2 points! After managing to make their way to the top two, Josh, who had won the previous round, was presented with an opportunity to pick the song for the final round.
Host Tituss Burgess presented Josh with two options - Whitney Houston's 'I'll always love you' and Dolly Parton's '9 to 5'. Josh playfully decided to pick Whitney's popular number as the song for their final performance. When Tituss asked him why he decided to pick that song, Josh pointed out how it would be funny for Seth and him to sing the romantic song to each other. Seth too agreed with Josh's reasoning and was eager to perform the song.
With nearly $43,000 at stake, they both were ready to put in their best performances. After giving a stunning performance, Josh was confident that he would win, since he managed to hit the notes very well towards the end, while Seth said nothing. Tituss then finally revealed that Seth had won by just two points! When asked what he would do with the prize money, Seth explained that he was passionate about traveling. He then revealed how he had recently seen a clip of skydiving in New Zealand, and was eager to try it. Josh went home with a prize money of $1000 after winning the golden key prize.
'Sing On!' is currently available for streaming on Netflix.