Ashley Alexandra Dupre ain’t just Eliot Spitzer’s fateful call girl. Oh, no, this chick’s got bigger dreams than draining the former Governor. The NJ-born beauty wants to be a pop star. And the scandal may have given her the boost she needs:
On Amiestreet.com, “What We Want” is available for 98 cents, the website’s maximum price per song. Yesterday morning the song was offered for free. By 8 p.m. last night the song cost 30 cents. By 10 p.m., 76 cents. By 11 p.m., the maximum rate of 98 cents, according to Silicon Alley Insider.
At this rate, DuprÃ© could be a millionaire in a week’s time.
On her MySpace page, DuprÃ©, who has a taste for Aretha Franklin and Frank Sinatra, as well as hip hop, describes her life.
“I am all about my music, and my music is all about me,” DuprÃ© writes.
We’re assuming it’s not all about her, unless her tracks discuss the woes of the working girl.