Lisa Vanderpump is a wife, mom, successful restaurateur, animal activist, magazine editor and all-around fabulous human being. And now we have further proof that there isn't anything Lisa can't do.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills renaissance woman revealed during a recent interview with The Cut that she just recorded a charity album. After Lisa sings along with her recording of "Smile," the writer describes her vocals as "such a nice, husky jazz voice." To which Lisa responds, “It’s a sweet little voice, isn’t it?"
Lisa also sent her album to a bona fide Hollywood mogul to take a listen. "I did a recording of ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.’ I sent it to Tyler Perry, and I said, ‘Tyler, I’d love to do this song for Alzheimer’s, because it’s like— [Lisa sings along again] 'Will you still love me tomorrow?'"
Obviously, we can't to hear Lisa's album for ourselves. And here's hoping that a duet with Erika Jayne isn't too far behind.
This isn't the first time Lisa has gotten into the music biz. She was an '80s video vixen in the music video for ABC's hit "Poison Arrow" in the '80s. She also made a fierce return to music videos in 2014 in Lady Gaga's "G.U.Y." visual, along with fellow RHOBH queens Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Yolanda Hadid, and Carlton Gebbia, as well as Andy Cohen.
Lisa also teamed up with Leona Lewis and Diane Warren last year to release the anti-Yulin ballad "(We Are All) Looking for Home."
Watch Lisa talk more about her passion for pups, below.