Celebrity Apprentice 2022 star Gamble Breaux has released her brand new song and true to form… it’s kind of a hot mess.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star has been teasing the release of her new song Blue Screen Love which finally dropped on May 27. And to quote Gamble herself – I hope that job is still open at McDonald’s!
Gamble Breaux Barely Sings On the New Track
Blue Screen Love, details how she met her husband Dr Rick Wolf on a dating app, except TBH, you’d have no idea it was her!
The 49-year-old’s voice can barely be heard on the track, which is disappointing since Gamble is actually a great singer, however, the song itself still slaps.
“It’s about constructing the perfect online profile when in reality your ex is sending you abusive messages and you’re living wage to wage,” Gamble revealed in a press release.
“I spoke to a lot of people about their experiences with the online dating process, so the song is about looking for love, finding the best in yourself and building a better life,” she added.
Gamble Teamed Up With Jonny Sonic From The Potbelleez
The socialite teamed up with Jonny Sonic of popular EDM group The Potbelleez and referred to the song as her “own genre of music” referring it to the “ultimate hip-Aus, gangster-pop, electric, housewives, dance song.” LOL!
Last November, Gamble released the five-track EP Barrenjoey Road. The album’s emotional title track, which was penned by the star herself, was inspired by memories of her late grandmother’s house.
Gamble Was Recently Fired from Celebrity Apprentice
Gamble was recently fired from Celebrity Apprentice Australia, however as reported in episode 186 of the So Dramatic! podcast, she and eliminated contenders (including Beck Zemek) will make a return to battle it out for a spot back in the competition.
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