BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The annual Sing Off, presented by the Kimberly A. Nelson Foundation, is moving to a new online format this year.
The ninth annual event will still feature students from Bridgewater-Raritan High School and Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School.
This year, the 10 student contestants have submitted videos to be viewed, and a panel of judges will determine the winners. But this year, the popular vote will count for 50 percent of the final results.
The voting closes Wednesday at 5 p.m., and videos can be viewed at http://www.kimsway.org/common/singoff.htm.
Final results will be livestreamed at 7 p.m. June 5. The event, produced by BRHS graduate Jack McManus, will also include an announcement of the 2020 Scholarship recipients, and a guest appearance by Phil Alongi, emcee of the traditional Sing Off.
The Sing Off serves as the main fundraiser for the Kimberly Anne Nelson Foundation, which supports music and theatre for BRHS students through grants and scholarships. The livestream will be free, and donations can be made on the page.