14 More Reality Stars Who Attempted Music Careers

June 27, 2014  |  
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The last time I did this article topic, I thought that I would have just enough for a slideshow.  However, I didn’t realize how many reality stars tried to pursue singing careers.  So here we are again, with more.

Now, like last time, there are some good ones, some not so pleasant sounding ones, and ones whose ambition might be a little misplaced.   However, let’s acknowledge the fact that it takes a lot of courage to make yourself vulnerable and say:  “Hey world, this is an avenue that I’m going to pursue,” so let’s keep that in mind.

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino

Now, I know I might make people mad when I say this, but I’ve never seen an episode of the garbage that is “Jersey Shore” (which is appalling seeing that I STILL watch “Flavor of Love” to this day.)

But, when I found out that this “song” exists I figured to add it to the list.


Speaking of my current appreciation of all “Celebreality Shows,” it was a pleasant surprise when Deelishis of “Flavor of Love 2” fame revealed that she could sing on her season.  However, the winner of Flav’s temporary affections failed to win over fans in a song that didn’t take off.

Spencer Pratt

On the last list we had Heidi Montag on it, so it’s only right to have her husband on this one (kind of like a his and hers).

Spencer Pratt has went on to condemn his past odious behavior, but while he was relishing it, he released this shiny turd of a single.

Ariane Davis

During K. Michelle’s final season on “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta,” she was auditioning background singers when her friend Ariane came to try out.  She didn’t do well, but she didn’t do that poorly either.  However, the guy who was helping K. Michelle was a little extra with his criticisms.

Catya Washington

On the fifth season of “Bad Girls Club” we were introduced to video model Catya Washington.  Apparently when appearing in those videos she was harboring a desire to get behind the mic and create music.  After the show, she did so, and here’s the result.

Mama Jones

After a beef that persisted through out the first season of Love and Hip Hop, Mama Jones decided to capitalize on an insult that Chrissy threw at her.

Valentina Amour

After her season of Bad Girls Club (season 10, Atlanta), Valentina felt really badly about how she behaved on the show.  After some self-reflection she decided to focus all of her energy on something more positive and that was music.

Daisy De La Hoya

Daisy first appeared on the second season of “Rock of Love” and revealed that she used to be in a band as a bass player.  During any opportunity she could she would sing, and it was usually… slightly awkward to watch.

However, it seems that since she’s been out of the limelight, she’s gotten better, even if she is calling herself “Kelly Bundy.”

Miss Lawrence

On the third season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Kandi and Lawrence worked together on the single “Closet Freak.”  At the time the viewing audience didn’t know he had any singing abilities, until he opened his mouth.  Honey, it was like cherubs riding unicorns (meaning that it was beautiful).


Sheree Whitfield

Sheree was definitely a fun personality to watch on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” for the three seasons she was on.  When she was planning her independence party we were introduced to the best line that was ever uttered on the franchise:  “Who Gon’ Check Me Boo?”

The line was the inspiration of this song.

Laurieann Gibson

Okay, part of me is very hesitant to add Laurieann to this list, because she’s not just a reality star.  Laurieann has been a choreography legend for some time, BEFORE she taught us all the ways of the “boom-kack” on the multiple seasons of “Making the Band.”  However, that’s when she became known in the mainstream consciousness, so with that being said, here’s her music video.

Melissa Gorga

I have to thank the comment section from the previous post that brought this song to my attention.  Melissa Gorga was a cast member on the third season of “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” and apparently she wants to dance, and she can’t control it.  Let’s observe this lack of discipline, shall we?


Bad girls, bad girls whatcha you gonna to do?  Probably date Dre-P.

Before Dre-P was fighting for the affection of participants on the “Bad Girls Club” (10) and “Bad Girls Love Games,”  “Bad Girls Need Love Too,” he was a tool.  No seriously, he was on the second season of the VH1 show “Tool Academy.”  He expressed a desire to rap, and here he is with Stephanie George from season 10 of “Bad Girls Club.”


Okay, so before we get to the last person, let’s do some honorable mentions:

Tyra Banks:  Though we knew her as a model first, when she was doing the second season of her reality show “America’s Next Top Model,” she released the single and video of the song “Shake Ya Body.”

Kenya Moore:  After getting into it with multiple people on her first season of “Real Housewives of  Atlanta,” she released “Gone with the Wind Fabulous” where she poked fun at all the people who she felt wronged her.

Kim Kardashian:  I know that many people feel that she’s a star, but she’s technically a reality star.


Diggy Simmons

When viewers first saw him, he was just a little boy on the show “Run’s House.”  His older brother Jojo was the one pursuing a music career, and Run seemed happy to support Jojo.  However, from  the time Diggy got behind the mic, he hasn’t stopped been revealing his talent to legions of people since.

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