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He certainly gave it a valiant attempt.
There are a lot of interesting “related” notes about Lorenzo Lamas — most center around the women in his life.
Here’s a picture of Lorenzo Lamas with Shayne.
Aside from that, is the fact that Lorenzo has been married 4 times and his most recent wife (May 1996 Playboy playmate, Shauna Sand) was in attendance at the season finale for Gone Country 2, along with their young daughters.
Shauna Sand has got her own interesting story (most of which is covered regularly on TMZ.).
She and Lorenzo divorced in 2002, but Shauna says they’re still very close and they’re spending a lot of time together these days.
Like Mikalah Gordon did, Lorenzo also stripped off his jacket moments after entering the stage at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville. The girls were grateful.
Oh yeah… How was his singing, you ask? It was decent. Jim thought it sounded more like Country karaoke. But I think the crowd enjoyed it. He certainly put everything he had into this performance, and he wins the award for “best facial expressions”. (I didn’t post most of ’em.)
I do remember that his song sounded like another very famous song — at the point about the “steel horse”. Shannon Lawson performed on stage with Lorenzo Lamas (and with many of the other performers as well). Shannon Lawson and Brian Davis were the 2 Nashville songwriters paired with Lorenzo Lamas for Gone Country 2.
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