You're obviously going to watch season 2 of Jessica Simpson's show, Fashion Star, when it premieres tomorrow night, right? Good. But to whet your appetite for that, we're listing our other favorite singers that have been on reality shows (yes, Jess used to sing back in the day. Good times.)
Some are pretty obvious like the judging panels on our favorite singing competition shows, but others? We think you'll be a bit surprised by some of the uh, BOY BANDS and others we included in here, so you're probably going to want to keep clicking...
Let's start with the obvious one — Jessica Simpson is currently a judge on the fashion commerce competition show, 'Fashion Star.' But let's not forget that back in the day she and Nick Lachey had 'Newlyweds' and little sis Ashlee had 'The Ashlee Simpson' show. Those were the days.
'The Voice''s entire judging panel is full of famous singers, including Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Cee-Lo Green and Adam Levine. But in the upcoming season, Christina and Cee-Lo get swapped out for Shakira and Usher. "Excited for that" doesn't even half explain us right now.
And in other new judge news, Melanie Brown, who will always be Scary Spice to us, is now on the panel of 'America's Got Talent'. Previously though she judged on 'The X-Factor' overseas.
We are seriously in love with Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle as a couple thanks to their E! reality show, 'Married to Jonas.' New season is happening in April so get prepared, Jonatics!
And speaking of boy bands with TV shows, The Wanted has one, too! 'The Wanted Life' is premiering on E! this summer and will follow the hot brits around as they, ya know, be their hot, popstar selves. Cannot. Wait.
Ah, 'Idol'. Mariah Carey, Keith Urban and Nicki Minaj are all judges on the current season of 'American Idol,' but let's not forget past superstar panelists such as Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler.
Oh right, then there's also that kinda-the-same-but-not panel of judges on 'The X-Factor,' which included Britney Spears and Demi Lovato. Britney's out for next season but rumors are swirling that Demi is still in, so obvs we are still in too.
'X-Factor' may be a lock for season 2, but 'Chasing The Saturdays?' Not so much. The E! show that follows the Brit girl group isn't doing too well in the ratings, probably because America has no idea who they are. Nice try though, guys.
We have a feeling Ke$ha's upcoming reality show — debuting on MTV in April — will have a little more luck in the ratings department. She's got, like, millions of animals who are going to tune into 'My Crazy Beautiful Life,' ourselves included. Yesssss.