Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux drops Blue Screen Love music video with VERY surprising celebrity cameos
Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Gamble Breaux have released a star-studded lyric video for their new dance single, Blue Screen Love.
The clip features cameos from dozens of reality stars, including some of Gamble’s RHOM co-stars.
Also featured is comedian Carla From Bankstown, having first met Gamble on the final season of The Celebrity Apprentice.
Vixen video! Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Gamble Breaux (pictured) have released a star-studded lyric video for their new dance single, Blue Screen Love
Other stars featured include Nasser Sultan and Selina Chhaur from Married At First Sight, Juliette Herrera from The Bachelor and Reggie Bird from Big Brother.
Real Housewives of Melbourne legend Janet Roach makes an appearance to plug in her Raw Essentials tea range, while one-season housewife Sally Bloomfield also makes an appearance.
Also appearing is Terri Munro, who became the oldest person to win Australia’s Big Brother in 2008.
Blue Screen Love is inspired by how Gamble met her husband, Dr. Rick Wolfe, through an online dating site.
Celebrity: Comedian Carla From Bankstown (pictured) is also featured, after she first met Gamble on the final season of The Celebrity Apprentice
Breath of the past! Terri Munro (pictured), who became the oldest person to win Australia’s Big Brother in 2008, also appears
“The song is about building the perfect online profile when in reality your ex is texting you abusively and you’re living paycheck to paycheck,” Gamble explained.
“I’ve spoken to a lot of people about their experiences with the online dating process, so the song is about looking for love, finding your best self, and building a better life,” Gamble added.
The socialite teamed up with Jonny Sonic of popular EDM band The Potbelleez for the song, which was released digitally on May 27.
Tea time! Real Housewives of Melbourne legend Janet Roach (pictured) makes an appearance to plug in her Raw Essentials tea range
Remember me? Real Housewives of Melbourne season 4 star Sally Bloomfield (pictured) makes a brief appearance
“I feel like we’ve created our own genre of music, which I like to call the ultimate hip-Aus, gangster-pop, electric, housewives, dance song,” Gamble said.
“I’m so grateful to work with an icon like Jonny.”
Gamble released the five-track Barrenjoey Road EP in November.
The album’s moving title track, which was written by Gamble herself, was inspired by memories of her late grandmother’s home.
Music: Blue Screen Love is inspired by how Gamble met her husband, Dr. Rick Wolfe, through an online dating site