Our list of actors below could very easily drop an album tomorrow and we'd snap it up in a heartbeat.
Hyland performs such a beautiful cover with of The Chainsmokers' 'Closer' that we yearn for more from the 'Modern Family' actor.
Of all of the singing actors on our list, we think Jackman might be the most popular. Judging by his sold-out performances scheduled in Dublin next year, we think you'll agree too.
The cast of 'Saturday Night Live' are always singing and dancing - it was just a choice of who to actually choose. Wiig is our choice, as she's a very unassuming singer - after all, one of her catchphrases from 'SNL' was "don't make me sing."
Dwanye "The Rock" Johnson
Oh this guy is just so cool. Johnson sang/rapped on the soundtrack of Disney's 'Moana' in 2016, and we'd like an album with just Johnson now, please and thanks.
Emily Blunt has been singing for years - but surprisingly hates performing in front of an audience. The star of 'Mary Poppins Returns' this Christmas, we hope to see her in more singing roles in the future.
A bit of a wild card this one... of should we say "Wildling"? Harrington recorded a short skit with the rest of the cast of 'Game of Thrones' and Coldplay a few years ago. And from what we heard, he wasn't so bad.
Okay, so we're kind of cheating with this one. Johansson's abilities know no bounds, and her singing capabilities are incredibly impressive. She's released albums previously, which have mostly been covers - we're just waiting for an original collection that we know she has in her.
One of the stars of the musical 'La La Land,' Gosling has been the king of the rom-com in recent years. If you haven't seen 'Blue Valentine' - it features this very cute scene of Gosling singing to Michelle Williams.
Before she took on the mantle of Captain Marvel, Larson rocked it as Natalie "Envy" Adams in 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.'
Who knew that Ramsay Bolton had such a great voice? Rheon has actually released EPs and an album in the past, with his latest one being released back in 2015. Give us another full-blown album, and we'll be even happier.