Rock star's kids get a shot at fame

Filed under: Just For Moms, Just For Dads, Celeb Kids, Celeb Parents, That's Entertainment

For every celebrity who would happily allow cameras into their homes to document their personal lives, there are many more who wouldn't. These famous people kept their private lives private and their children grew up relatively anonymous. But just because some of these celeb kids aren't famous, doesn't mean they don't want to be. Some of them really do long to follow in their famous parent's footsteps and MTV is giving them a shot.

Nine offspring of some rather famous rock and rollers have signed on to participate in Rock the Cradle, a new reality show premiering April 3. An American Idol type show, the contestants will compete with each other to become America's next great singing sensation. You may not recognize these kid's names, but some of their parents are rock royalty:
  • Jesse Money, daughter of Eddie Money
  • Chloe Rose Lattazi, Olivia Newton John's daughter
  • Jesse Blaze Snider, son of Dee Snider
  • Lara Johnston, daughter of Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers
  • A'keiba Burrell-Hammer, M.C. Hammer's daughter
  • Landon Brown, son of Bobby Brown
  • Lil Al B Sure, R&B singer Al B Sure's son
  • Crosby Loggins, Kenny Loggin's son
  • Chloe Rose Lattanzi, Olivia Newton John's daughter
  • Lucy Walsh (pictured, right), daughter of the Eagles' Joe Walsh
This show may or may not produce the next big thing, but I will tune in just to get look at the contestant's parents. They, along with other music-industry insiders, will be judging the talent. That should make things interesting.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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