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Gina Gershon is often remembered for her adults-only performances in Showgirls and Bound. Is the sexy star trying to turn her image around? Following a family-friendly turn in the Broadway show Bye Bye Birdie, Gershon says she plans to focus on her new album -- for kids.
"It's called The Good, The Bad, and The Hungry," Gershon told the press. "It's for three-year-olds. It's very funny."
Three-year-olds? Now that's a target audience.
Other celebs who've recently branched out into kids' music include:
John Lithgow - The Third Rock from the Sun star has turned his Broadway talents to three albums of kids' songs and standards, most recently 2006's The Sunny Side of the Street.
Lisa Loeb - Loeb is known for her '90s hit "Stay," but her latest album -- last year's Camp Lisa -- wasn't about relationships at all. It was about summer camp.
Ziggy Marley - The son of Bob Marley and a reggae legend in his own right, the singer released an album of children's songs this year. He also produced an album of his father's songs, B is for Bob, intended for a younger generation.
Jewel - Jewel has gone from folkie to disco diva to country crooner in the course of her career, and this spring she became a kiddie chanteuse with her album Lullabye, a combination of original and classic bedtime songs.
Jill Scott - the R&B singer and star of The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency announced in March that an album of children's songs was in progress. At the time, she was pregnant -- and although the album isn't out yet, she now has a 6-month-old little boy.
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