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Nothing lets you know you’re in for an exciting hour of reality TV like the catchy opening theme song of USA Network’s “Temptation Island.” However, many fans of the show may not be aware that the singer is a celebrity herself.
On Wednesday, singer, actress, model, and sister of Lindsay Lohan Aliana Lohan took to her Instagram to share how excited she is to see her song act as the introduction for yet another season of “Temptation Island.”
“‘Your Not Gonna Tempt Me’ Catch my theme song on the opening of @temptationtv,” she wrote. “4 seasons strong!”
She also took a moment to give a shout-out to the show’s illustrious host, Mark L. Walberg. He then responded to the artist, commenting: “best theme song evah.”
He’s not wrong. The song, which exclusively appears on “Temptation Island,” was originally a demo that Aliana made for Bernett Music, which was tasked with coming up with a theme when the show returned to the airwaves in 2019. CEO James Tanner told USA Insider that he immediately thought of the track and knew it would be perfect.
“We sent it over to the producers and they loved it,” he explained. “We’re glad it landed.”
Aliana spends a lot of her time modeling but has had quite the career in music to date. She released holiday-themed albums in 2007 and 2012. This past October, she came out with a single titled “Without You” and also collaborated with her sister on the song “Lullaby,” which was featured on HBO’s “Euphoria.” That song was ultimately sold as an NFT by Lindsay.
Although she continues to produce new content, fans of “Temptation Island” of course know her best as the voice of the highly catchy and highly declarative “You’re not gonna tempt me” lyrics that kick off every new episode.
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