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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.

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The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 228 Celebrities Who Sing entries on the site.

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Notable Song Credits
 
Comments & Submittor Name
Lisa Rinna Fewer than she should be singing Lisa Rinna, as a cast member of "Days Of Our Lives," initially acted out "Billie" Reed as an aspiring singer whose substance-abuse issues interfered with her career aspirations. More recently, she was one of the contestants on "Sing Your Face Off," an American attempt to bring the "Your Face Sounds Familiar" concept to the United States that, unfortunately, failed--Rinna herself ultimately lost out to Mouse-That-Bored RINGER China Anne McClain, a CLEAR indication of the FIX having evilly been IN from the FIRST!!! - Parker Gabriel
Chris Pine Someday Came Today It's from one of his lesser known movies and he's known to be a very private and shy person but it's pretty good - dayna
Helena Bonham Carter Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo The Harry Potter alumna performed "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" for the Cinderella soundtrack, although this was only heard during the credits and not in the actual film itself. - Maryellen Larkin
Dwayne Johnson You're Welcome Besides his storied professional wrestling career as The Rock, he later became well known for his stint at acting under his real name (as WWE trademarks their talents' ring names), providing the speaking and singing voice for the demigod Maui in "Moana". - Maryellen Larkin
Lynda Carter Toto, All Night Song, Take Me To The River, Crazy Little Thing Called Love She did mostly cover tunes, but co-wrote three songs. - Sheila Oh
Oscar De La Hoya Run To Me De La Hoya is better known for his boxing career in the 2000s, though he did try his hand at a musical stint with his self-titled 2000 Latin pop album, with most of the songs in Spanish. In fairness he does sing well, though it's a shame he didn't pursue it further and focused more on what he did best. - Maryellen Larkin
Manny Pacquiao Para sa 'Yo ang Laban Na Ito Among his Barbie-level list of careers he has pursued especially during the height of his boxing career in the 2000s, Pacquiao has also tried his hand at singing, releasing several songs penned by novelty composer Lito Camo. Unlike his contemporary Oscar De La Hoya whose album was more or less well-received, Pacquiao's singing abilities were no more different than a typical Filipino beer-binger at a local karaoke pub. - Maryellen Larkin
Kristen Bell Do You Want to Build a Snowman? The star of "Veronica Mars" and "The Good Place" has a very strong soprano singing voice. In her role as the adult Anna in "Frozen", she sang the final verse of "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" - Joe Pearson
Kiefer Sutherland Not Enough Whiskey, Can't Stay Away The star of "24" has released two albums of country music. The first, "Down in a Hole", actually reached no. 35 on the Country Music chart. Sutherland has a raspy voice and does not appear to have much range. - Joe Pearson
Madeline Kahn I'm Tired The comic actress, best known for her roles in Mel Brooks films, played cabaret singer "Lilly" in "Blazing Saddles". In the show she sings "I'm Tired", which is basically a Marlene Dietrich parody. She has a good voice, but the song is played for comedic effect. - Joe Pearson
Rex Harrison I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face, Talk to the Animals British stage actor Harrison featured prominently in the musicals "My Fair Lady" (as Henry Higgins) and "Doctor Dolittle" (as the title character). Much like his compatriot, Richard Burton, he does not so much sing as "talk on pitch". - Joe Pearson
Richard Burton Camelot, I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight The classically trained Shakespearean actor played the role of King Arthur in the Broadway musical "Camelot". The show ran for nearly 900 performances, and the Original Cast recording topped the Billboard chart in 1961. Burton has an actor's voice, not a singer's voice. As such, he barely sings. - Joe Pearson
Hailee Steinfeld Flashlight Oscar-nominated for her role as Mattie Ross in "True Grit", Steinfeld broke into music with her song "Flashlight" from "Pitch Perfect 2". She has subsequently released a couple EPs and a handful of singles. Her voice is perfectly serviceable, but look at it this way: they got Jessie J to record the song for the subsequent soundtrack album. - Joe Pearson
Emily Blunt It Takes Two, The Place Where Lost Things Go In addition to serious acting roles ("Edge of Tomorrow", "Sicario"), Blunt has also branched out into musicals, first at the Baker's Wife in "Into the Woods" and then taking the lead role in "Mary Poppins Returns". It's hard to tell what her range is, but she certainly carries the songs she's given. - Joe Pearson
Anna Kendrick Cups Kendrick, an Academy Award nominated actress, began her career in musical theater on Broadway. Her best known song is "Cups" from "Pitch Perfect". And, of course, she voices the role of Poppy in the Trolls films. - Joe Pearson
Sean Connery In My Life In 1998, George Martin released an album of mostly Beatles covers, featuring a variety of guests. One of the most notable was former James Bond, Sean Connery, providing vocals for "In My Life". It is truly striking, and not necessarily in a good way. Connery does not actually sing; he basically recites the lyrics in a dramatic fashion. - Joe Pearson
Bill Cosby Little Ole Man Cosby, the noted comedian and sex offender, actually released several albums of music in the late 60's and early 70's. "Little Ole Man", his reworking of Stevie Wonder's "Uptight, Everything's Alright", got all the way to number four on the Hot 100. There's really nothing special about his voice, but it's not terrible either. - Joe Pearson
Evan Rachel Wood Blackbird, If I Fell Best known these days for her role in "Westworld", Wood starred as "Lucy" in "Across the Universe", a musical filled with Beatles songs. She has a strong professional singing voice, including a little vibrato. - Joe Pearson
Edd Byrnes Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb) Byrnes played the character "Kookie" on "77 Sunset Strip". This novelty song (with Connie Stevens) was released in 1959 and climbed to number 4 on the charts. He mostly just talks, but he does sing the refrain that begins, "I've got smog in my noggin". It's not horrible, but there is certainly nothing special about his voice. - Joe Pearson
Ewan McGregor Come What May, Elephant Love Medley This Scottish actor, made famous by "Trainspotting" and the Star Wars series, featured in Baz Luhrmann's "Moulin Rouge!" as the author Christian. He sings many songs in the film, and actually has pretty good pipes! - Joe Pearson

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