By now, fans of reality TV realize that participants in this genre usually want to push a second talent. For some reason, it usually involves music. The problem: most of these wanna-be celebrities cannot sing or have passed their prime to enter into this type of business.
Reality TV stars fans hope quit pursuing a singing career:
Thanks to ex-pal Kandi Burruss, this blonde bombshell recorded and sold several units of her hit song “Tardy for the Party”. Through technology, she was able to sound legit. Unfortunately, anyone who followed the episodes in which Kim sang live on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” knows this one-hit wonder can’t carry a tune.
This guy is the son of Miss Robbie Montgomery, owner of famed restaurant Sweetie Pies. He desperately wants to rap and has showcased his stylistic rhymes on “Welcome to Sweetie Pies”. His shortcoming: Tim is clearly tearing up his 30s or possibly in his early 40s. It’s too late; he needs to concentrate on effectively running the family business and raising his son.
Several episodes of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” have focused on this diva’s singing career. From meeting with producers, taking dance lessons and performing live, Melissa has shown the world she wants to be a pop star. Surprisingly, she’s been able to release four singles. But, in truth, fans probably only can name one of them, “On Display”. She’s a decade too old to be a Britney Spears and not strong enough vocally to stand in the shoes of Susan Boyle.
Countess LuAnn de Lesseps
This classy lady tried to send a message through her single “Money Can’t Buy You Class”. But the only one fans of her show “The Real Housewives of New York” got was that a lot of green can purchase you the rights to record and release a so-so song. Age (she’s 48) and talent worked against her. Can the old LuAnn who wowed us with her title and style please come back?
Remember her? This infamous socialite starred in “The Simple Life” with ex best friend Nicole Ritchie. In 2006, she cut several singles, all laughable. Something about her ‘baby voice’ and music just don’t jive. But, Paris hasn’t given up her dream. With the help of Lil’ Wayne, she recently released “Good Time”. Unfortunately, even this rapper couldn’t help her make a hit.
The above reality TV stars are ones fans hope quit pursuing a singing career. Only a few people in the world really have the talent, tenacity and right timing to make a career in the music biz. Sadly, they aren’t in this crowd.
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