UPDATE: Looks like the gig is off. TMZ reports that the Abbey in West Hollywood, where Stodden was scheduled to perform, has abruptly canceled the teenager's appearance. It did not cite a reason.
Like it or not, Courtney Stodden is determined to stay. The teen bride and most controversially dressed "Couples Therapy" star has been working on her fledgling singing career, she tells E! News, which she will debut on Nov. 21 at a gay bar in West Hollywood. The performance? Her own original song, "Reality," accompanied by a pole-dance.
"I'm super excited, it's going to be such a fun night," 18-year-old Stodden told the website. "You can expect to see a whole lot of sexy -- me singing live and super-hot backup dancers!"
If the music video for 2010's "Don't Put It On Me," Stodden's previous stab at singing, is any indication, we can expect a lot of curious hand-and-shoulder movements, a sad-looking poodle dyed pink and lyrics like "I've been shopping, I've been popping." The near 6 million viewers of the YouTube video can only hope.
WATCH: Courtney Stodden Sings "Don't Put It On Me"