'Little Women: LA' Star Terra's Music Career Is Still on the Rise & Hopefully, We'll Get To See More this Season
Just when it seemed like Little Women: LA 's Terra Jole would finally be kickstarting her music career, something unexpected happened. Terra got pregnant, and she and her boyfriend Joe Gnoffo didn't exactly plan for it to happen. It's not clear yet how the couple will handle having a baby this season, but we should be seeing her juggle impending parenthood with a burgeoning career.Of course, this is 2015, so just because a woman is pregnant doesn't mean she has to abandon her work life and be put on bed rest. Pregnant women are still welcome in the recording studio, after all. Terra might not be able to do the Booty Dance the same way she did it in her "Booty Bee" music video last season, but I have a feeling she'll still be able to shake that thang better than most people while she's expecting.That being said, having a baby obviously changes a lot about your life, so I'm sure Terra has had to make a few adjustments to her schedule in anticipation of her first child's arrival. With that in mind, does she still do celebrity impersonations? Has she parted ways with Miley Cyrus? Will my dream duet of Terra performing with her co-star Elena Gant as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, respectively, ever come true?
Well, it looks like Terra's career hasn't slowed down at all. Just a few months ago, she filmed a new music video for her upcoming single "I'm a Let You Know." Neither the single nor the music video have reached the light of day yet, but hopefully we'll be able to get a behind-the-scenes look of the shoot during this season of Little Women: LA. As we all know, filming a music video isn't complete without friends dropping out, general cattiness, and as many booties as you can tolerate. From what I can tell, Elena, her husband Preston, and Terra's "homie from another gnomie" Tonya Banks are involved. How could this reality TV gold not make it to air?
Other than that, Terra's other main professional endeavor appears to be promoting Little Women: LA, be it through filming promos, making public appearances, or sitting down with TMZ Live. Since she is the only cast member to star and serve as executive producer of the show, she's got to keep nurturing this baby so it can grow up to have 17 seasons or more.
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