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Which singer has contributed the most to TV, film and soundtracks?

Who has contributed the most to film, tv and soundtracks?  

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  1. 1. Who has contributed the most to film, tv and soundtracks?

    • Lady Gaga
      3
    • Christina Aguilera
      0
    • Ariana Grande
      1
    • Beyoncé
      0
    • Rihanna
      2
    • Other
      4


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Agugaga    1,757

Why just focus on album eras when you can do so much more? 

Cher, being the original all around entertainment queen, set a road for others to follow her path. But which in the poll above has made the biggest impact outside of albums? nat1 

 

Here is a summary; 

Lady Gaga-A Star Is Born movie and soundtrack, American horror story

 

Christina Aguilera-Mickey Mouse Club, Epic failure “Reflection” on the epic fail on a non classic Disney film, Forgotten Moulin Rouge Soundtrack which didn’t win any accolades, Iconic Shark Tale soundtrack,  Epic flop Burlesque which went on to never air again after its theater release and only sold 5 blu rays and a soundtrack that sold the same, 6 seasons on an epic failure The Voice which was the lowest rated singing competition show of all time, etc. She’s definitely not the one here to win this. 

Ariana Grande-Nickelodeon girl

 

Rihanna-Oceans 11, Battleship, Bates Motel

 

Beyonce-Dream Girls, The Lion King, Iconic Etta James remake that she adored, etc.

 

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Sylk    142,383

Whitney Houston literally set the bar with The Bodyguard soundtrack 

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Venom    6,006

Britney's Boys mv sequence in Austin Powers was more iconic and culturally impactful than Beyonce's actual main character presence sass4

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Winnie.    18,563

Had Mariah not done glitter, singer turned actress would not be a thing. Burlesque, thankfully, wouldn’t have happened. But neither would have dreamgirls. 

Mariah literally set the bar 

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1 minute ago, Winnie. said:

Had Mariah not done glitter, singer turned actress would not be a thing. Burlesque, thankfully, wouldn’t have happened. But neither would have dreamgirls. 

Mariah literally set the bar 

But didn't Madge do it first with Lala Is Bonita or something. 

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Winnie.    18,563
Just now, I Brings That Levity said:

But didn't Madge do it first with Lala Is Bonita or something. 

The fact that you’re unsure is a testament to its lasting impact. 

As I said, Mariah 

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2 minutes ago, Winnie. said:

The fact that you’re unsure is a testament to its lasting impact. 

As I said, Mariah 

Oh my sugar daddies, take me for a riiiiide. 

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Winnie.    18,563
22 minutes ago, I Brings That Levity said:

Oh my sugar daddies, take me for a riiiiide. 

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giveup3 my fave song 

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Jjang    13,450

In terms of impact and contribution? Truth or Dare popularized reality TV, Dick Tracy was one of the first big money making comic based films and Desperately Seeking Susan & Evita are classics. 

But... anyway! 

You said singer not Pop singer, so clearly the answer is Barbra. Come on. Those others can’t compare. 

 

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Beyoncé    468

The real question we should be asking is do you think Agu is aware that their threads make up a good 90% of battlegroundseve1

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ShutUpRae    208

Kenny loggins: Footloose, Topgun, Caddyshack

 

Pretty much did more for hollywood and soundtracks than everyone in the OP combined.

Whitney, Barbara and Prince have done alot as well.

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Venom    6,006
3 hours ago, Jjang said:

Truth or Dare popularized reality TV

lol3

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