Fail Time: Reality Stars Who Really Thought They Could Make Good Music

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Reality Stars Who Tried To Make Music

Reality stars just don't know when to stop. Instead of just enjoying the fact they are famous for not having any talent, these people want to go on to make music to get even more famous for talent they don't have. And nine times out of ten, they just go ahead and fail. Big time. So let's take a look at some reality stars who wanted to try to make music...how did it work out?
kim-kardashian-music-vid1-e1314715542658 Kim Kardashian - She tried that braided video thing that went nowhere. We hope Yeezy put an end to those pipe dreams.
JoeTahiry Tahiry - She just released a remix to her Budden-bashing "Devil" single with Uncle Murda and Styles P. struggle bars.
rihanna halloween party outside 011112 Paris Hilton - She tried to make music and it was the worst song ever made ever in all time ever before to happen.
Deelishis Deelishis - She tried to do her London Charles rap thing but not even Flavor Flav could help her.
laurieann gibson YRB Laurieann Gibson - She tried to make her singing pop off but we much preferred her to dance. Just please. Dance.
tan Pauly D - He signed to G-Unit and tried to make some music. It was almost as bad as Tony Yayo.
BET's Rip The Runwasy Miss Lawrence - He wanted to be the next RuPaul. More like RuNawwwwwl. Right? Get it? Nevermind.
kim zolciak Kim Zolciak - Good think she got herself a football player.
tila tequila Tila Tequila - Yes, even she tried to rap and sing and anything in between.

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