It Came From YouTube: Brooke Hogan’s lousy Music Video

9 Submitted by on Tue, 04 February 2014, 02:06

Crapper E-Squared sent this in and writes:

I know Brooke isn’t a wrestler, but considering the fact that she is the daughter of one of wrestling’s biggest icons, not to mention actually took part in wrestling at some point, I thought I’d send this. Here is Brooke’s very first music video to a song that was supposed to be on her actual debut album that never got released.

I don’t mind the song for what it is, typical pop stuff, as it’s a guilty pleasure of mine. However, I still wonder if The Hulkster was the one trying to get her name out there in the music business. I guess he didn’t have that kind of power like he did behind the scenes in the wrestling world. By the way, Hulk’s cameo at the end is kind of funny.

She’s the most boring “pop star” I’ve ever seen. She has all the personality of old wallpaper paste.

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9 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Brooke Hogan’s lousy Music Video"
  1. John C says:

    I’m surprised it wasn’t a hit it’s just as vacuous as anything else in this generation’s pop music standards. A bunch of bland words strung together backed by a soulless beat. 80’s still rule!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Bone White says:

    I can’t imagine this had Britney Spears shaking in her boots

  3. Matt Soileau says:

    It’s like a rejected Britney Spears (circa 1998) b-side…

  4. BaltoJim says:

    A Spirit Squad run-in would have made this video so much better.

  5. Anonymous says:

    The worst thing about this for me personally is that I used to be a(n aspiring professional) musician myself in my younger days. When I see/hear a musician who’s THIS awkward and amateurish it makes me think “Was I this bad? And if so, WHY DIDN’T ANYONE EVER TELL ME!?”

    And on a related note, for all the flack she’s gotten for this since, and speaking as someone who’s actually been there, you have to remember/understand that THE MUSIC BUSINESS IS ONE OF THE TOUGHEST AND MOST COMPETITIVE INDUSTRIES IN THE ENTIRE WORLD. So she might have been 100% talentless in that way where things like “eventually not sucking through the power of practice and determination” were simply never going to happen, but I almost — and I said ALMOST, mind you — have to feel sorry for her BECAUSE OF that fact because it REALLY sucks trying to make a life out of something that no one else gives a rat’s ass about. I think the worst moment in the career of every musician is when you realize that the lifestyle you’ve chosen is actually at the mercy of other people’s whims and you have NO control over that. Most people either retire, “sellout”, or have a nervous breakdown (not even kidding) upon realizing this. I’ve personally witnessed all three from other musicians and none of them are pretty (uhh… the reactions, not the musicians). It looks like she took the retirement route, which is probably the best for her sanity.

    • John C says:

      She had the advantages of having a famous papa that got her into places that her “talent” never would have gotten her into. Terry & Linda wanted to manufacture a star and the people screamed, “NO, NO, NO!!!!!!!!!”

  6. Scrooge McSuck says:

    I didn’t think she was bad, but nothing I’d like to listen to again, either. I’m not too into pop, but in the few instances I am, this is not what I’m looking for.

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