We have another person associated with “The Real Housewives” diving head-first into the world of music — though this time around, it is someone who has already been let go of the franchise.
On Monday morning’s edition of “On Air with Ryan Seacrest,” former recurring cast member Dana Wilkey unveiled her new song “25,000,” which was really a reference to the famous sunglasses that she talked about extensively on the Bravo reality show. She also wanted everyone to realize that the song in itself was a parody of what many other women such as LuAnn de Lesseps and Melissa Gorga have done, and it is not meant to be taken altogether seriously:
“I feel like it’s now become a pop culture funny thing that happened on the show, and I wanted people to know that I am laughing at myself as much as they’re laughing at me.”
Out of all of the “Housewives” outside of Kandi Burruss (who actually works in the music industry), Kim Zolciak’s “Tardy for the Party” remains the most-successful when it comes to actual attention by fans of the show and in the club scene (which is the market that many of these ladies seem to be going for at the moment).
You can hear the song in all of its glory(?) over at Ryan’s page — but in the audio box below, you can at least hear her try to explain what led to the decision to release this to the public.