Ryan Gosling, Robert Pattinson and more Hollywood hunks with amazing voices
Is it not enough that actors like Robert Pattinson, Ryan Gosling, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and more have looks and acting chops, but they also have to have great singing voices as well?
Hollywood’s hottest actors can also sing: Robert Pattinson, Ryan Gosling, and more!
It’s true, many of Hollywood’s hottest leading man have amazing voices. So, is it wrong that we want them to get together and create one super band that will be the best group of all time?
Check out these actors, and what they’re capable of in the videos below. Enjoy!
Robert Pattinson has been singing for years, and as “Twilight” fans know had two songs on the soundtrack to the first film. The actor says he’s concentrating on acting for now, but could one day switch over to music. We’ll be waiting!
Ryan Gosling plays often with his band, Dead Man’s Bones, and even got his start singing and acting on “The Mickey Mouse Club” with Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Keri Russell.
This “Divergent” star is shooting to fame due to the release of the blockbuster film, but he’s also a singer. Who knew?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has risen to become an A-list actor in Hollywood, but apparently he also loves to jam. Check out the video of him singing Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.” Warning: Language.
Thanks to “Footloose” we all know Kevin Bacon can dance, but “The Following” star can also sing! He and his brother play with their band appropriately called The Bacon Brothers and are actually pretty good! Did you know?
Okay, it’s no secret that Jared Leto can sing. He and his band Thirty Seconds to Mars started as a side project and has skyrocketed into a serious force over the years with a ton of fans to follow them, and for good reason. Jared’s voice is absolutely amazing. Yes, he can sing like that, look that good, and he won an Oscar. We’d say Jared is winning!
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