Vegan Star Kat Von D Shows Off Musical Skills With 'Burn Hollywood Burn' Cover

The animal rights advocate surprised fans with her lesser-known talent
The multi-talented celeb impressed fans with her cover (Photo: Facebook)

Vegan celeb Kat Von D has posted a video of her singing a cover of Burn Hollywood Burn - surprising fans with her multiple talents.

Von D, who is known for her popular vegan beauty line, as well as her tattooing skills, took to Instagram to sing a musical piece by band The Neverly Boys.

It's not the first time that 35-year-old vegan has dabbled in music; Von D previously provided the female vocals on song Rosary Blue for gothic rock band The 69 Eyes - and even started recording an album in 2011, which was never released.



The animal rights campaigner captioned the video: "Been listening to 'Burn Hollywood Burn' by @theNeverlyBoys a whole lot - and highly recommend ya’all listen to the original of this cover."

The original song debuted earlier this month - and describes the broken dreams on which Hollywood is built.

Warning: the song contains profane language


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