The girls of Noteworthy are from Brigham Young University. They sing a variety of repertoire, but they avoid innuendo and swearing. They call their style "uplifting power pop," and their song is "Think." Yes, Aretha. My husband, who has a lot more musical background than me, isn't even paying that close of attention to the performance, but he says, out of nowhere, "That girl doesn't have the voice to pull of this song. This is a big song." I say that she thinks she does. Him: "Yes, she's singing very confidently, but that doesn't mean she's pulling it off." Shawn Stockman asks they crowd what they think (heh) about nine white girls from Provo singing Aretha. He tells them they just need to keep an eye out on it getting too high and "tinny." Ben says female groups have to be careful with the arrangements and adding some dynamics. They had a lot of "the top dynamic," but it just kept going up and up. "Other than that, maybe a little more cussing would have been good," he closes. Heh. (How about a little "Rocking the Suburbs"?) Nicole loves their style and staging and everything, but she's proud they could hold all the elements together.