District hairstylist Paul Wharton, who starred on Bravo TV's "The Real Housewives of D.C.," has stepped out into the recording world.
The de facto sixth housewife, who contributed some interesting moments on the show, hit the recording booth in May to record the single, "Hide Your Crazy." The song debuted locally, with reports stating that Wharton has been working in Ginuwine and Sole's D.C.-area- based studio. In addition to "Hide Your Crazy," another Wharton single, "I'm a Model," is reportedly in the works.
In an April 2010 interview Wharton, 33, opened up about another reality show he's landed. It's called "Model Intervention," and is reportedly set to air in the fall.
"D.C. Housewives" aired for just one season last year, and while the show's been cancelled, Wharton -- who was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but raised in the D.C. suburbs -- has said he had no qualms being part of the franchise.
"I had heard around town that they were going to do "Housewives," and so I sent [the producers] my media kit," Wharton was quoted as telling Metro Weekly. "I was like, 'Look. I am the [stuff] in this town. If you want the right [personalities] on your show, you need to get me. I know all the fun socialites. They're my friends. And I think that we need to have it be my friends - and you can have me on the show."