stirred up a lot of trouble during her few episodes on the CW's Farmer Wants a Wife
. After becoming friends with eventual winner Brooke
, Lisa was part of the epic toilet papering scandal of '08, and also annoyed farmer Matt Neustadt
by randomly showing up at his home late one night. After being labeled fake and hypocritical by some of the other contestants, Lisa was eventually eliminated for failing to adapt to country life.
Lisa may not have found love on the reality show, but she did attempt to use the exposure to further her career. The Los Angeles native recently released a music video on her official website
, which you can see below. Check it out and decide for yourself if Lisa has a shot at stardom.
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After investigating her website and her IMDB page, I get the distinct impression that Lisa only went on Farmer Wants a Wife
to further her career. She's a dancer, singer and occasional actress, and since her official site has little on it aside from the music video and an ad pimping her Farmer
appearance, it seems she was only on the show for the exposure. This is nothing new in the world of reality television, but it does lend credence to the accusations that she seemed fake and uninterested in finding love.
As for the video itself, it's terrible beyond words. As Lisa belts out the song "Guilty," she meets and falls in love with a supposed hunk. After going out on dates with him and giggling over his cuteness with her friend, she discovers that her love has lost all interest in her. Just like on Farmer Wants a Wife
, she shows up uninvited at his house in the middle of the night, and the results are not pretty. Her boyfriend has been seeing her best friend behind her back! "I'm guilty of loving a stranger," Lisa sings forlornly before busting into some Pussycat Dolls-style dance moves.
Watch the video for yourself below, and try to make it to the big conclusion so you can see the hilarious dance-off / catfight between the two women.
I hate to make fun of Lisa's work, since she's quite a good dancer and probably a perfectly nice young lady. However, if you're going to use a reality show to jump start your musical career, you should probably make sure you're vocally talented. I wish Lisa all the best in the future, but I don't think that future is going to include a best-selling album or hit single.
- Don Williams, BuddyTV Staff Writer
Source: YouTube, LisaLewolt.com
(Image courtesy of LisaLewolt.com)