If video killed the radio star, it's given these Bravolebs the perfect excuse to mug for the camera. Plenty of Bravo stars have created music videos for their own tracks, but it's their appearances in these visuals that still have us talking.
RHOBH ladies with Andy Cohen in Lady Gaga's "G.U.Y."
When Lady Gaga called, these Bravolebs answered. They were all enlisted by the Mother Monster to appear in her decadent, over-the-top video for her ARTPOP track. While the Bev Hills ladies look glam, it's Andy's floating, disembodied head that might win for the best (and strangest) Bravo cameo to date.
Lisa Vanderpump in ABC's "Poison Arrow"
Before she was enlisted by the Mother Monster, Gaga's bestie did some music video vamping on her own. The year was 1982 and the video was ABC's "Poison Arrow." Prepare to be dazzled.
Lisa Rinna in John Parr's "Naughty Naughty"
The RHOBH actress brings nothing but pure sass to John Parr's 1984 video for "Naughty Naughty." If John thought he was going to get frisky with Lisa, he learned his lesson the hard way. Slap that hand away, girl!
Camille Grammer in Manitoba's Wild Kingdom "The Party Starts Now!"
Back then she was known as Camille Donatacci and she was not only was a dancer on Club MTV (we see you there, Downtown Julie Brown), but also appeared in a handful of videos like "Give It All You Got" by Rights of The Accused, "The Party Starts Now!" by Manitoba's Wild Kingdom (which you can see above), and "Back to the Grill Again" by MC Serch.
Tyson Beckford in Toni Braxton's "Un-break My Heart"
The male model and former Make Me A Supermodel host has been in A LOT of music videos by all sorts of artists, but his most iconic turns might be in Britney Spears' "Toxic" and, of course, Toni Braxton's "Un-break My Heart." It should be noted both times included him smoldering on a motorcycle.
NeNe Leakes in Tamar Braxton's "If I Don't Have You"
Gigi Hadid in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood"
Yes, she's has appeared in steamy clips for Cody Simpson, Calvin Harris, and Miguel, but her most unforgettable moment — and fiercest — was as a gun-totting bad girl in pal Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood," which just so happens to be up for Video of the Year at Sunday's VMAs.