David Hasselhoff and Hayden Panettiere David Hasselhoff and Hayden Panettiere

Some actors just can't be satisfied with good looks, money and fame. They have to sing too. For every Frank Sinatra or Jamie Foxx — stars who excel in both fields — there's a one-talent person who should have stuck to memorizing his or her lines. (We'll soon find out if Gossip Girl Leighton Meester is the next double-threat or just another Heidi Montag, whose "Sex Ed," we could do without.) Check out these 13 music videos and share your top picks.

13. Minnie Driver
Song:
"Everything I've Got in My Pocket"
Album: Everything I've Got in My Pocket
Year: 2004
Driver released her debut album to mixed reviews (most negative), but it still reached No. 43 on Billboard's "Top Heatseekers" chart. How ya like them apples?
Watch the video here.

12. David Hasselhoff
Single:
"Jump in My Car"
Year: 2006
International listeners love them some Hasselhoff. This single, accompanied by this self-parodying video of the actor revisiting his Knight Rider days, soared to the No. 3 spot on the European Hot Singles Chart. Its success was due, in part, to the Baywatch star's "Get Hasselhoff to Number 1" campaign that urged fans to buy the single at the same time.
Watch the video here.

11. Jennifer Love Hewitt
Song: "How Do I Deal"
Album: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer Soundtrack
Year: 1999
Jenny Love started singing as a child, but found her biggest pop success with 1999's "How Do I Deal." This teen-angst tune reached No. 59 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Watch the video here.

10. Scarlett Johansson
Song:
"Falling Down"
Album: Anywhere I Lay My Head
Year: 2008
Shortly after appearing as the leading lady in Justin Timberlake's music video for "What Goes Around... Comes Around" in 2007, ScarJo headed to Louisiana to record this album consisting of ten cover versions of Tom Waits songs and one original. Johansson's vocals got some criticism, but Britain's influential NME magazine sung her praises, ranking the album the 23rd best of 2008.  
Watch the music video here.

9. Joey Lawrence
Song:
"Nothing My Love Can't Fix"
Album: Joey Lawrence
Year: 1993
In the wake of his teenage heartthrob status on Blossom, Lawrence released his international single "Nothin' My Love Can't Fix" — and the girls ate it up. The song topped charts internationally and peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100. Whoa! The endless variations of Lawrence's use of flannel in the video definitely played a part in his success.
Watch the video below:

8. Lindsay Lohan
Song: "Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)"
Album: A Little More Personal (Raw)
Year: 2005 
Before she became the center of a paparazzi feeding-frenzy, LiLo dropped this little ditty about the pain she says her father caused her family. Lohan's self-directed music video for "Confession of a Broken Heart" featured little sister Ali in her acting debut, and the single made it to No. 58 on the Billboard Hot 100.  
Watch the video here.

7. Alyssa Milano
Song:
"Look In My Heart"
Album: Look In My Heart
Year: 1989
Break out the synthesizers — it's time for the cheesetastic 80s! During her Who's the Boss days, the child actress released four sugar-pop albums that were only commercially available in Japan. Lucky for us, we live in an age when anything is a mere click away. Bet Milano is thrilled someone resurrected this one. 
Watch the video below:

6. Heidi Montag
Single: "Higher"
Year: 2008
Though she's not officially an actress, this reality star still puts on a show for the cameras whenever she gets a chance. It was a tough call choosing between her sweatin' to the oldies in "Overdosing" and rolling around on the sand in "Higher." But Montag and her gratuitous bikini shots (compliments of boyfriend Spencer Pratt) won out. The digitally released single somehow landed at No. 7 on the iTunes Top 10 pop chart.
Watch the video here.

5. Eddie Murphy
Song:
"Put Your Mouth On Me"
Album: So Happy
Year: 1989
While So Happy wasn't a commercial or critical success (and you'll see why), this single managed to make it to No. 2 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. The same can't be said of Murphy's 1992 "Whatzupwitu" video, which featured Murphy and Michael Jackson dancing together in the clouds.
Watch the video here.

4. Hayden Panettiere
Single:
"Wake Up Call"
Year: 2008
The Heroes hottie released this debut single as part of her Candie's ad campaign. Billboard reported it will be included in her forthcoming album, slated for 2009. Stay tuned for more... um... well, see for yourself.
Watch the video below:

3. Steven Seagal
Song:
"Girl It's Alright"
Album: Songs from the Crystal Cave
Year: 2005
Remember the guy who snapped the necks of 30 to 40 bad guys per film? Seagal tried to leave him behind and show his softer, more spiritual side with an album featuring his singing and guitar skills.
Watch the video below:

2. Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Song: "Cry Baby"
Album: Here to Heaven
Year: 2007
Sigler soared as mafia daughter Meadow Soprano, but her debut album swims with the fishes. Sigler herself admitted she was "embarrassed" by the album and regrets releasing it.
Watch the music video here.

1. Bruce Willis
Song:
"Respect Yourself"
Album: The Return of Bruno
Year: 1987
Before saving the world (three times over) from dangerous villains as John McLane in the Die Hard series, Willis recorded a pop-blues album during his Moonlighting years. Every song was a cover (except for one that Willis co-wrote), and this single peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Top that, Ashton.
Watch the video here.

*Honorable Mention: We had to include Hasselhoff's 1997 cover of "Hooked On a Feeling" that became an internet phenomenon. You can thank us later when you find yourself humming "Ooga-Chucka" for the next three days.