5 Celebrity Music Videos That Will Make You Cringe

Some celebrities can sing, dance, act, and cause scandals well. Others are not as talented. These well-known celebs are not known for their incredible voices or ability to perform, but tried anyway and failed.

"Jam (Turn It Up)" by Kim Kardashian

This new mother debuted her "singing" in January 2012 in "Jam (Turn It Up)." The video features magenta-filtered scenes of Kim Kardashian wearing characteristic tight and revealing clothing in mostly a club setting? The music video is better watched without sound, but just barely. Not even auto tune does much for the socialite's monotone.

"Party All The Time" by Eddie Murphy

Laughably bad, Eddie Murphy's debut music video in 1985 has been named the 7th worst song of all time by VH1 and Blender. His almost camo-printed shirts and random arm movements that may be loosely classified as dancing don't help his cause. The music video is unintentionally hilarious.

"Confessions of a Broken Heart" by Lindsay Lohan

Released in 2005, Lindsay Lohan tried to break into the musical side of entertainment. With heavily lined eyes and a punk-princess-bohemian-yard-sale dress, Lindsay Lohan raspily sings about daddy issues. Domestic violence, a crying little girl, exhibitionism, rosaries, and an obviously digital fire are featured in the video that tries too hard.

"Superficial" by Heidi Montag

Released in 2010, Heidi Montag's music video looks as though it was filmed through a steamed-up camera lens. Even the slight blurriness can't distract from the confused music video that looks like an amateur Windows Media Player experiment. Her heavily filtered voice repeats homages to herself, like "I'm sexy, famous, and I'm rich". The video gets old very fast.

"Nothing in this World" by Paris Hilton

This 2006 music video doesn't open the way you think it would. A prepubescent-looking young boy's face is plunged into a toilet. Paris Hilton then creeps on the same young boy while he sits on his bed while she's not wearing pants (or maybe micro-shorts?). Her voice sounds heavily processed as she randomly preens throughout the music video. In an uncomfortable "happy" ending, she walks arm-in-arm with the bullied boy, showing that people won't bully you if you have a lanky blonde accompanying you.

Hopefully, these "singers" won't feel the need release any more songs in the future. Their past releases were more cringe-worthy than catchy. Let's hope they stay away from the recording studio.

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