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The lead of La fea más bella was bitten by the singing bug long ago, and although he's recorded two albums, both attempts have been mild failures. But he keeps chuggin'. His latest effort was Una vez más (One More Time), and hopefully it'll be the last time.
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The handsome Mexican actor wanted to start out the new millennium with the self-titled disc Eduardo Verástegui. Listeners didn't think it was such a good start, so he stuck with what he does best: TV.
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The popular Venezuelan actor has tried hard to break into music. Aside from singing a few telenovela theme songs, he also came out with a song in 1998, "Solo tú", from his album. Even though it got lukewarm response, the leading man doesn't seem to want to give up, and will be performing in the musical production of De corazón . Don't say we didn't warn you!
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Although she's received accolades as the producer Aventurera, en sus intentos como cantante Carmelita no ha visto un camino muy claro y definitivamente también por sus múltiples ocupaciones como productora, la escena musical es algo que aún no brilla del todo para ella
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GABY SPANICA beautiful model and shrewed business woman did not make Spanic a good singer, as she proved to the public with her album Yo no soy de nadie (I'm Nobody). And she was right–she wasn't anybody when it came to singing.
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MARÍA SORTÉThe Mexican actress played Eva in the soap Fuego en la sangre, but does anyone remember when, in 1995, she released an album called Me muero por estar contigo (I'd Die to Be with You). Many critics thought they'd die if they had to listen to the entire album.
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The actor was part of an amateur rockband in the early 90s, so he thought that was enough to make a solo album called No me acuerdo quien fui (I Don't Remember Who I Was), and we couldn't agree more with the album's title.
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The Destilando amor actor also tried to transition from TV to music when he recorded A puro dolor, which was converted into a reggaeton version called "Acabame de matar" by the Banda El Recodo–apparently the only ones who liked this song.
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MARÍA FÉLIXAnd speaking of divas, despite the success she's enjoyed as an actress, this Mexican diva couldn't have faltered more when she tried to be a singer, and the only people who would lend her a mic were the producers of her own films, upon her request.
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The Colombian telenovela diva thought she'd try to sing in 1995, when she was at the peak of her career. But she barely sold a thousand copies, and her album, like the name of the single on it was "Left in the Dark." En la oscuridad.
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Irma Serrano has always been a scandalous vixen, but when she released her album La garra ranchera to compete with top-notch singers, the tigress looked more like a kitten surrounded by the big cats.
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The actress and model always wanted to sing, and has made many failed attempts to do so. A lot of people remember the song "Little Light of Love" from The Fifth Element, but beyond that her musical career has been an uphill battle she's never really won.
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Although people say she's got a good voice, the wife of Luis Miguel left music after recording four discs. Her songs Sexy and Solo tuya, were greeted with some applause, but never amounted to raucous cheers.
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The Hollywood actor must be convinced he was born to sing, because he's released three albums. But the only people who've probably heard it are his kids. His last effort was in 2001 when he recorded Classics: Bruce Willis. Um, as if he had any "classics."
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11. DAVID HASSELHOFF
El galán de la serie Baywatch podría llevarse el premio a la confianza en sí mismo, pues cuando se trata de su amor por la música no sólo ha lanzado uno ni dos discos sino ¡15 en toda su carrera!, pasando de temas románticos a canciones navideñas, como lo hizo en el 2005 con su CD The Night Before Christmas. Aunque algunos consideran bellas sus canciones, los críticos aseguran que es mejor nadando que cantando.
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In 2003 the Hollywood actress unfortunately listened to her friends and came out with an album called Borinqueña, in which she even sang a song with Tego Calderón in the song "Amor Amor." It was nominated for a Grammy, but the actress never got much love from the listeners.
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With her album entitled Antifaz, the former 1998 Miss Universo gained a modicum of popularity among her native Puerto Ricans for being the ex of Marc Anthony, but for the most part, her album was a disaster. Ironically, the her album was quite successful in the Philippines. Maybe it's because they didn't understand it.
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Unlike her sister Thalia, who's proved to be an award-winning songstress, Laura Zapata's hopes of becoming a singer were only a pipe dream. In 1970, she sang at the Festival OTI, belting "Le vino grande mi amor señor," and she later recorded a disc, but her hammed up incantations only made it to the chopping block.
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The actress not only bombed with her solo album Anywhere I lay my head, but she was the butt of jokes, not only for her voice, but also for her cheesy lyrics. Many critics said she was completely Lost in translation
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During her heyday as the star of telenovelas, the custom was for the leading lady to sing the theme song for the soaps. Thanks to Mexican TV show Desde gayola (Telehit), we'll never forget the ridiculous theme song "Dulce amor" from Gabriel y Gabriela), and Martin recognizes in El pecado de Oyuki that her only sin was to sing.
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ÓSCAR DE LA HOYA
The Golden Boy never imagined he'd be a singer, but in 2000 surprised fans with a self-titled album that not only knocked us out, but knocked out his career as a singer, despite his Grammy nomination. He later realized he should stick to boxing gloves instead of a mic.
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The blond socialite wants to have her fingers in as many pies as possible. Having made a few cameos in movies, perhaps she thought she could do anything, like sing. In 2006, she came out with an album entitled (what else?) Paris, that was bought by some of her friends, and that's about it. Critics lambasted her, but as usual, Paris was unfazed by the ridiculousness of her musical effort.
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Althought the star of Cañaveral de pasiones proclaimed that she wasn't "a professional singer, but an actress who sings" (huh?) she did manage to record Junto a ti and didn't have the success she anticipated. When it came out she said it would "touch the souls of anybody who would listen to it." When it bombed, she was only left with "Chains of Bitternaess"–the very same name of soap she starred in.
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Since she won Miss Venezuela, this beauty always dreamt of becoming a famous singer, and thanks to her popularity, in 2004 she released the self-titled album Alicia Machado, with a single called "Cómo decirte que no," which, as you can imagine, was anything but a hit. She still gets the crown for beauty, but not for crooning.
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En 1986 the blond actress tried her hand as a chanteuse by singing Se busca un corazón. She didn't do that badly, but then she got overzealous when she sang the theme song "Engaño" for the telenovela Cicatrices del alma, and let's just say nobody was rushing out to buy the single. A tortured cat sounded better than what was coming out of her vocal chords. Think we're exaggerating? <a href="http:/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LU0B6i4iQE" target="_blank" style="color:#E07;">Juzga por ti mismo
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