All too often, a celebrity gets it into their head that now they've reach some margin of fame via a movie or sports, they can also sing! This usually turns out much worse than when singers try to act.
The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 205 Celebrities Who Sing entries on the site.
Notable Song Credits
Comments & Submittor Name
|Martin Short||Various songs from "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That", also several talk shows||Martin Short voices the title character in that PBS Kids show. As the Cat in the Hat, he can sing really good. The best example is the meerkat episode. He also sung before on a few talk shows like Australian Daytime TV. He sounds good no matter where he is! - Brionna Secret|
|Mike Reid||The Ugly Duckling||Stand-up comedian, host of late 70s kids' TV show "Runaround" and actor on BBC soap "EastEnders" in which he played Frank Butcher for 18 years released this version of the song in 1975 and it hit Number 10 in the UK charts - Brendan|
|Wilford Brimley||This Time The Dream's On Me||Yes, the actor best known for his roles in the movie Cocoon and the TV sitcom Our House actually sings. And surprisingly he's got a good singing voice. This Time The Dream's On Me was an album of jazz standard covers he released and he's also released a few other albums too. And he's also collaborated with some other groups on their albums (Riders In The Sky for one). I highly recommend you check out his stuff. - Edward|
|Cheryl Ladd||Just Another Lover Tonight||- Tarzan|
|Cindy Margolis||Sexy Soda Pop||- Tarzan|
|David Duchovny||Half Life||I'm watching in lyric video, when second studio album Every Third Thought, i love favorite album and very songs. - Mal Bertha|
|Shannen Doherty||"Does Anybody Hear Me," from "Friends 'Til the End"||In the 1997 made-for-television film "Friends 'Til the End," Shannen Doherty, as Heather Romley, performed this selection near the concluding credits. She surprised me with how good a singer she is. It's something of a shame that she's never recorded any albums of songs. And why was there never a musical installment of "Charmed" produced? That might have been a welcome relief from all the heavy-duty action in the show! - Parker Gabriel|
|Chris Jericho||Lights Go Out, Enemy||Professional wrestler Chris Jericho is also the lead singer of the band Fozzy. - JeReMy|
|John Cena||The Time is Now||In 2004, wrestler John Cena released a solo rap album "You Can't See Me", to tie in with his on-screen rapper persona at the time. The most famous song from the album, "The Time is Now", has been Cena's entrance theme ever since. The album, in my opinion, is pretty OK, not bad, but not really good either. - JeReMy|
|Chicago Bears||Super Bowl Shuffle||The Chicago Bears went on to win Super Bowl XX. They made a 10 minute + song and video where ALL of the team players go to a mike, one at a time and do a little rapping. There are choruses sung by all but this song is like a motorcycle with stripped gears. It makes a lot of noise but you ain't going anywhere. This song is a lame, banal, dragged out, washed out piece of Special High Intensity Training. It is deep-sixed right from the start. - I LV the Bears Anyway|
|Alexander Armstrong||On Days Like These, Stranger in Paradise||The Pointless host has recently released his first album, A Year of Songs. - Sholto Rock|
|Ariana Grande||Bang Bang (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj)||She's done a lot of songs, but none worth mentioning here - Opie M.|
|Dove Cameron||Better in Stereo, Say Hey, others||Plenty of Disney Channel starlets have additional musical careers, but as of this writing Dove Cameron beat them all. She was doing a song used for an episode of "Shake It Up," before "Liv and Maddie" premiered, and Kyle Newman even posted a vine of her doing a dead-on impersonation of Snow White (https://instagram.com/p/grjOxIlszs/)! - The Skuz|
|Elaine Stritch||Zip, The Ladies Who Lunch||Starred in the musicals "Pal Joey", Company", "Follies" and many more, as well as her own Emmy-award winning stage show. Remembered best as a stage and TV actress - KL Fan|
|Jason Kidd||What the Kidd Did||I've heard worse rap songs by NBA players ("Champion" by Ron Artest and "K.O.B.E." by Kobe Bryant). It's listenable. This was released on the 1994 album "B-Ball's Best Kept Secret", a compilation album of songs by then-NBA players Dana Barros, Malik Sealy, Shaquille O'Neal, Cedric Ceballos, Brian Shaw, Chris Mills, Kidd, Isaiah "J.R." Rider, Dennis Scott, and Gary Payton. - JeReMy|
|Ron Artest||Champion||Now known as Metta World Peace, but released his rap album before his September 2011 name change. The song was in NBA 2K11 and was terrible. - JeReMy|
|Blake Sennett||Not Going Home||Blake was an actor (with his notable roles including Pinsky from Salute Your Shorts), and "Not Going Home" is from his band The Elected, in which he's the lead singer. He also played guitar on Rilo Kiley. - Archie|
|Jenny Lewis||Portions for Foxes||Jenny Lewis was from Troop Beverly Hills and The Wizard, and "Portions for Foxes" was by her band Rilo Kiley. - Archie|
|Manny Pacquiao||Various||Popularised a bunch of singles in Tagalog which were released during 2005-2006. Also did a bunch of live performances in late-night talk shows in the States, but in both cases, his voice is enough for us to suggest that he should stick to boxing. - Felicity Merriman|
|Jerry Lewis||Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody||Jerry sang a whole LP of old chestnuts for Decca in the late 50's; it sounds pretty much like a 33 rpm Al Jolson record played at 45. HEY, LAAAAAA-DEEEEE!! - JeffM|
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