lisa vanderpump really rules. The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Vanderpump Rules” star recently added another talent to her resume. The restaurateur/dog rescuer/actress/reality star /magazine editor/winemaker can now add “singer” to her long list of talents.

In a surprising move, Lisa Vanderpump has recorded an album for charity. In a new interview with The Cut, Lisa admitted she has a “sweet little voice.” While she didn’t reveal the title of her charity record or when it will be released, Vanderpump’s vocals are described as “a husky jazz voice.” Who knew there was so much more behind that British accent?

Vanderpump’s pal Tyler Perry approved her recording, which she is doing for an Alzheimer’s charity, a subject that is near and dear to her heart. Lisa performed The Shirrells classic 1961 song “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” and sent it to Perry. For the charity record, Lisa sings the song “Smile.”

LVP has a musical past

Lisa Vanderpump may be best known for her diamonds and rosé, but in the past, she was part of some pretty big musical endeavors. In 1982, a 22-year-old Lisa Vanderpump was a video vixen for British new wave band ABC. Lisa played a cute cupid in the video for the band’s MTV hit song “Poison Arrow.”

More than 20 years later, Lisa appeared alongside fellow “rhobh” alums Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Carlton Gebbia and Yolanda Hadid for a cameo in Lady Gaga’s “G.U.Y.” video.

And more recently, Vanderpump also teamed up with hit makers Leona Lewis and Diane Warren for the anti-Yulin ballad “We Are All Looking for Home.” Vanderpump told Time magazine the song that was given to her by Diane Warren, and Leona Lewis sang it in support of her mission to bring dogs headed for the slaughterhouse over as Yulin ambassadors.

‘RHOBH’ records are nothing new

Of course, Lisa Vanderpump is not the only "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star who's a songbird. Fans of the long-running Bravo reality show know that fellow franchise star Erika Girardi has a pop star alter ego, Erika Jayne, with a slew of singles under her belt, including “Pretty Mess” and “Xxspen$ive,” as well as a huge club following.

Erika’s songs aren’t quite as “sweet” as Vanderpump’s, though.

While you probably can’t wait to hear her Alzheimer’s song, you can see Lisa Vanderpump back where she belongs—on reality TV—when “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” returns to Bravo later this year.