From Danielle Bregoli to Kim K. — 19 Reality Stars Who’ve Had Singing Careers (PHOTOS)

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From Danielle Bregoli to Kim K. — 19 Reality Stars Who’ve Had Singing Careers (PHOTOS)

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From Danielle Bregoli to Kim K. — 19 Reality Stars Who’ve Had Singing Careers (PHOTOS)

“Reality star” hasn’t always been synonymous with “singer,” but things have certainly changed in recent years.

Though “singer” is probably a generous word for a lot of these reality stars — sorry, not sorry — we have been thoroughly entertained with what these TV stars come up with when it comes to music.

From Kim Kardashian to Kim Zolciak, check out the gallery to see all the reality stars who have attempted to create music careers thanks to their time on television.

From Danielle Bregoli to Kim K. — 19 Reality Stars Who’ve Had Singing Careers (PHOTOS)
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Heidi Montag

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Heidi Montag

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Who could forget The Hills star’s epic music video to “Higher,” when she rocked a pink bikini and frolicked on the beach? Though her music career ended shortly after it began, we did secretly love jamming to her 2010 song “Body Language.” Anybody else?!

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Porsha Williams

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Porsha Williams

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta star debuted “Flatline” in 2014 and unfortunately, that’s exactly what her music career did after its release.

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Melissa Gorga

Melissa Gorga

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey star actually built a recording studio in her home so she could pursue her dreams of being a singer. In 2011 she released her single “On Display,” and though it’s not an award-winning song, it’s pretty catchy.

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Luann D’Agostino

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Luann D’Agostino

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Money can’t buy you class! The Real Housewives of New York vet has put out not one, not two, but three singles, “Money Can’t Buy You Class," "Chic C'est La Vie," and “Girl Code.”

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Kenya Moore

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Kenya Moore

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Following her crazy freak out during an episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kenya decided to have some fun with her antics and created “Gone With the Wind Fabulous,” which plays off some of her memorable quotes.

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Kandi Burruss

Kandi Burruss

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To be fair, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is one of the few legitimate singers out of the whole Housewives franchise. She even won a Grammy for writing “No Scrubs.” Yes, that “No Scrubs!”

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Paris Hilton

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Paris Hilton

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We have to admit, the former Simple Life star’s music career has actually been fairly successful, for the most part. Her debut single in 2006, “Stars Are Blind,” even landed on the Billboard Hot 100 list at number 18!

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Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian

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Yeah, this wasn’t her best idea. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recorded and filmed a music video for her 2011 song “Jam (Turn It Up)” and even asked Kanye West, who was just a friend at the time, for advice.

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Fredrik Eklund

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The Million Dollar Listing New York relator put out his first single, “It Gets Better,” just a few days ago. What makes it even better is he’ll be donating a quarter of the proceeds to an anti-bullying charity.  

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Mike the Situation

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Mike the Situation

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Let’s not forget the time Jersey Shore’s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino released his single, appropriately called “The Situation” in 2010.

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Lala Kent

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Lala Kent

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The former Vanderpump Rules hostess collaborated with former Basketball Wives star DJ Duffey to create their song “Boy.” Word to the wise — it’s NSFW!

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Scheana Marie

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Lala’s not the only Vanderpump star to start a music career! Scheana has released a few singles, including “Good as Gold” and “What I Like.”

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Kim Zolciak

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Kim Zolciak

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Who doesn’t remember “Tardy For the Party?” The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum was the first Housewife to jump into the recording studio, and boy did it pay off! That song is a classic.

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Gretchen Rossi

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Gretchen Rossi

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The former Real Housewives of Orange County co-star put out a song called “Unbreakable” in 2012.

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Brooke Hogan

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Hulk Hogan’s daughter debuted her first album, Undiscovered, in 2006 and saw her single “About Us” reach the Billboard Top 100 chart. However her second album in 2009, Redemption, didn’t do quite as well.

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Farrah Abraham

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Farrah Abraham

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The Teen Mom star decided to write a book and make an album, both with the same title, back in 2012. Farrah took it a step further and made sure each song coincided with a chapter from the book. She also released a song called "Blowin" in 2014.

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Julianne Hough

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Julianne Hough

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Yes, the 28-year-old is a very successful actress, but the blonde beauty got her start as a pro on Dancing With the Stars and decided to jump into the country music scene in 2008 with her debut single called “Will You Dance With Me.”

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Erika Jayne

Erika Jayne

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Let's not forget about Queen Erika Jayne! Though the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had a career in music before she became a Bravo star, it definitely has made her more popular. 

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Danielle Bregoli

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Watch out world, “Cash Me Outside” girl Danielle Bregoli is now a rapper. 

TMZ snagged a snippet of her new single called “These Heaux” — yes, that’s pronounced “hoes” — and it’s all about “b—tches.”

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“Reality star” hasn’t always been synonymous with “singer,” but things have certainly changed in recent years.

Though “singer” is probably a generous word for a lot of these reality stars — sorry, not sorry — we have been thoroughly entertained with what these TV stars come up with when it comes to music.

From Kim Kardashian to Kim Zolciak, check out the gallery to see all the reality stars who have attempted to create music careers thanks to their time on television.