The Salt Lake Tribune published a story about a BYU men’s singing group that was to be featured on a televised singing competition. It was illustrated with this picture:
And this quote:
Sixteen a cappella groups will try to win “The Sing-Off,” NBC’s music competition show. One — Vocal Point — will try to represent Brigham Young University and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
“Absolutely,” said McKay Crockett, a Vocal Point tenor. “This may be the first time that many people know what a Mormon young man looks like. We want to be ourselves and portray the church in a very positive way.”
Interacting with the members of the other 15 groups has been “a great opportunity to exchange beliefs between not only religions but with people who just want to know who we are,” Crockett said. “And what Mormons do and how Mormons act. And they realize we’re a lot like they are.”