Countess LuAnn de Lesseps puts her talent to work in her new dance single to prove that money can’t buy you a singing class. That’s what she meant right? Oh it’s real?
The Countess of The Real Housewives of New York City, who attended the Goodwill Denim Drive at JCPenny on Saturday, put out a dance single “Money Can’t Buy You Class” and holy auto-tune. I thought it was a joke, but she told People in March that “I sing on the show too, but they never show it because of music [rights] issues. So I said, ‘You know what? I’m going to write my own song about how it doesn’t matter where you’re from — anybody can be classy.’”
On the flip side it’s also about her costars.
“Of course it stems from my book,” the countess told the New York Post in January, “but it’s more about the people I know who are super rich and don’t know who to behave.” In the same interview she pointed out the difference from Kim Zolciak’s “Tardy for the Party” is that “I sing for real.” About as real as she really shops at JCPenny.
The rest of the time she speaks lines such as “Money talks, but i just walk, when i can’t stand it” and some half hearted “ha has.” It grew on me a little the second go around but my standards drop when I’m buzzed. Take a listen after the jump.