98 Degrees Performs On NBC's "The Sing-Off"

(Undated) -- Boy band 98 Degrees is heating up the holidays. On the season finale of NBC's "The Sing-Off," host Nick Lachey reunited with his fellow boy band-mates for a stripped down version of "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
In the spirit of the singing competition show, the group turned to the judges for their opinions following the performance. Boyz II Men member Shawn Stockman joked that the group "might have a future" in the music industry. All jokes aside, Stockman said the group sounds as "great as ever." Judges Ben Folds and Jewel also said they enjoyed the performance. The boy band wasn't the only big name to grace the "Sing-Off" stage Monday. Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo also performed, taking on an a cappella version of Benatar's hit "We Belong." Season three "Sing-Off" winners Pentatonix also took the stage for their version of Calvin Harris' "I Need Your Love."
Following the star-studded performances, Nick Lachey revealed that the country-based group Home Free were this season's winners. Apart from the "Sing-Off" crown, the group also landed a Sony recording contract and a 100-thousand-dollar prize.