Robert De Niro Caricature Over the years, a number of noted musicians have been able to transform themselves into pretty decent actors. Now to name but a few, this includes the likes of Will Smith, Jennifer Lopez, Elvis Presley, and of course, Marky Mark. But, having said that, can the opposite also be true? Can a motley crew of actors turn themselves into pretty decent singers? No. Not according to the following list, they can't.

Sylvester Stallone Sings 'Drinkenstein'

In 1984 Dolly Parton had a dream. No. It didn't involve getting herself a bigger pair of tits! Instead, her dream involved making Sly Stallone into a country and western super star, in her musical-comedy, 'Rhinestone'. Damn! If I was her, I would have stuck to getting bigger tits.

Clint Eastwood Sings 'I Talk To the Trees'

He first started his career in show business at Universal Studios. He then studied acting at the Actors Studio with the likes of Brando and Dean. And to top it all off, he's even written a few songs and become a jazz impresario. So please, can someone explain to me why Clint Eastwood can't sing? And don't tell me it's because of the trees!!!

Michael Caine Sings 'It's Over'.

Now before you click on the aforementioned video clip, I want you to keep in mind that Michael Caine isn't a trained singer, even though he's f*cking brilliant at shouting at the top of his lungs. Not a lot of people know that. Not even LV. And she was the star of this 1998 film of the same name.

Robert De Niro Sings 'I'm So Sad And Lonely'

What you're about to witness doesn't employ any special effects, CGI, filmic tomfoolery, or even a kilo of cocaine and a piece of chicken. What you'll see, my friends, is a man, nay, a God of acting, having a bit of fun in front of a video camera. I think he does, anyway.

William Shatner Sings 'F**k You'

A long time ago, in a galaxy far-far away, there was a captain amongst captains, who had the audacity to pick up a microphone and swear down throught it, profusely pretending he can sing in the process. May god have mercy on his soul. Nannoo-Nannoo!

Julie Walters Sings 'Take A Chance On Me'

Well, as I started this list on a tit gag, I might as well end this list on a tit gag. Or as I'd like to call her, Julie 'poke my muffins' Walters, as seen, and heard, in this Abba-tastic musical, 'Mamma Mia'.
Well? What do you think of that motley lot, dear reader? And can you think of any others I may have missed? I can, and I just wrote it. So come on, share the love, and tell me who else should be added.