Happily Ever After?, Elizabeth Potthast surprised everyone by revealing her plans to pursue a music career. However, if the expecting mother, soon-to-be mother of two, is to realise her dream, she must overcome her fear of singing in public.
In a sneak peek for the early episode, Elizabeth is put on the spot throughout a house tour when the conversation turns to her career in music.
Elizabeth told her father about her plans last week, and he was surprised, but more worried about her devotion to her job because she appears to work for him. Elizabeth’s family and friends, on the other hand, were surprised that the TLC star wanted to venture into this new arena. When asked to sing a song for her house guests, she refused and made excuses for her inability to do so.
Her friends weren’t the only ones who were taken aback during the house tour. The 32-year-old also revealed more information about her career and stated her desire to record nursery rhymes.
E! News revealed a new trailer for the forthcoming 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? During Elizabeth’s house tour, things got a little uncomfortable. While showing off the rooms to her family and friends, somebody somewhere started to notice a piano and Elizabeth revealed her ambition to be a singer.
Marisol, a former pro singer, asked Elizabeth to sing something, but she refused, saying she wasn’t “heated up. I don’t like being pressed,” she added.
If you’re a professional like me, you just turn it on when someone asks you to sing. “You truly do,” Marisol said during her on-camera interview. “I was a little surprised by that. However, she could be just getting started. Perhaps it’s more of a hobby for her than something she desires to do professionally,” she added.
Elizabeth made another discovery while discussing her potential singing career with her family and friends. When asked what musical genre she intended to explore, the 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? “I’m actually thinking about doing nursery rhymes,” the star revealed.
Her sisters Becky Lichtwerch and Jenn Potthast later raised doubts after the room fell silent. For her to walk in and say, ‘Oh, I want to keep singing.’ I want to pick that up again,’ but I never expected it to be nursery rhymes. ”