Dave Karger
November 28, 2011 AT 06:25 PM EST

We’ve reached the end of season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off. On tonight’s finale (airing at 8/7 Central), we’ll learn which of the top three acts scores the $200,000 prize and the Sony recording contract. My money’s on the always inventive Pentatonix. Here’s the set list:

Opening Number: “The Way You Make Me Feel,” Michael Jackson

All-Boys Performance (from the top 10 groups): “Born to Run,” Bruce Springsteen

All-Girls Performance (from the top 10 groups): “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” Aretha Franklin

Urban Method: “Stereo Hearts,” Gym Class Heroes & Adam Levine

Pentatonix: “Without You,” David Guetta & Usher

Dartmouth Aires: “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” Meatloaf

The show’s host and judges will also take part in some special performances: Sara Bareilles will sing her current single “Gonna Get Over You” with Urban Method, the Dartmouth Aires will join Ben Folds on his track “Not the Same,” and Nick Lachey will perform his 98 Degrees hit “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)” with Pentatonix. And I’m happy to see that the unfairly booted Afro-Blue will get another moment in the spotlight, sharing the stage with Smokey Robinson for “You Really Got A Hold On Me.”

Which act do you think will win the title tonight?

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