7 Celebrities Who Tried (and Failed) at Having Music Careers
Many celebrities have taken on a number of interesting hobbies to make themselves even more popular: dancing, film-making, creating considerably bad music for the general public. Just about anything you can think of, but that last one is most common.
We’re not sure who’s been green lighting these ideas but there are some celebs that honestly believe that, because they are celebs, they can obviously have singer careers too, if they wanted. Unfortunately, the celebs on this list couldn’t tap into their inner-Ariana Grande in time to save their own short-lived music careers.
LiLo’s seemed to have a promising music career in the mid-2000s. In fact, her debut, Speak sold 1 million units in the U.S. despite receiving mostly mediocre reviews from critics.
Her second attempt with A Little More Personal (Raw), however, did poor in both its chart and sales performance. Peaking at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 and selling only 82,000 units in its first week—it’s safe to say it was a considerable falloff.