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Pentatonix, a funky vocal quintet from Texas, won the third season of NBC’s a cappella competition The Sing-Off Monday night, thereby attaining a Sony recording contract as well as a $200,000 cash prize. EW chatted with the giddy fivesome — which includes Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstie Maldonado, Avi Kaplan, and Kevin Olusola — yesterday to hear all about their exciting week and their future plans. Read on!

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How are you feeling about the big win?
SCOTT HOYING: We’re feeling great. We’re on cloud nine. This has been the most amazing two days.

What was it like hearing your name read as the winner?
SH: It was just utter shock, really. It was one of these things where you just flash back to this whole journey and how far you’ve come. It seems like yesterday we were all meeting, and now we’re sitting here having won The Sing-Off.

You’re getting ready for The Sing-Off‘s special holiday episode now. What can you tease about that?
MITCH GRASSI: We’re going to have a special guest on the holiday episode! And groups from past seasons are coming on the show: Nota, Committed, Street Corner, Backbeats, On the Rocks!

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