Countess/author/socialite/"Real Housewives of New York" personality LuAnn de Lesseps is right: "Money can't buy you class." What money can buy you, however, is time in a recording studio with producers who know how to work the boards, bob their heads, and mask their feelings as women (try to) sing.
Jezebel offered a musical video collage of the various ladies of "Housewives" singing without Auto-Tune. Yep, that's right: no Auto-Tune. And we wanted to keep the party going with a listen back at what happens when "Real Housewives" stop fighting and start singing.
Let's start with the Countess belting out her "hit single" on the KTLA Morning News:
Don't stop dancing. Groove on over to the second-season "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion and turn up the volume so you can fully appreciate Kim Zolciak's debut performance of her "hit single" called "Tardy for the Party":
It's awesome that both ladies' songs are referred to as "hit singles." Perhaps Bravo should sponsor a "Real Housewives" Singing Contest Special. We know "Real Housewives of New Jersey" girl Melissa Gorga would participate. And that's good news... right? Right.
And here is Gorga proving that memorizing the lyrics for whatever song you intend to sing is totally not a have-to, especially when it's a song nobody really knows, like, say "Amazing Grace." (Husband Joe calls the performance "amazing." He is a good hubby, that Joe):
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