Real Housewives star Sheree Whitfield gets in on the musical game.
In the continuing series of Bravo stars trying to sing, the Beverly Hills diva somehow gets Lionel Richie's stamp of approval on the Carole King classic.
Plus former members from Xscape, and—sigh—Ryan Gosling. Remind us, what was wrong with the '90s again?
The Bravolebrity brings her budding pop career to the stage in a surprisingly not horrible live gig.
The Kandi Factory will look to mentor the next big pop star. Here we go again.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon, pictured in full snog with "Real Housewife" Michaele Salahi. Salahi's husband filed for divorce after learning of his wife's affair with Schon.
Tareq Salahi gets banned from the Journey tour by his wife's lover, guitarist Neal Schon. D--- pics may be involved.
The guitarist, currently making headlines for his affair with Real Housewife Michaele Salahi, has played in Santana, Bad English, and of course, Journey.
Bravo's resident elegance expert gets really real in new performance.
Because someone has to represent for the spoken word genre.
"I'm so hot and, like, you're so not." Will someone please hurry up and save us? Please?
Real Housewives husband Simon van Kempen's "I Am Real" is a terrible, terrible song, but no worse than other reality stars' attempts at one-hit-wonderdom. How do they do it?
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