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The breakout star gets candid about that ‘duet’ with Erika Jayne.

Move over Josh Groban... fans can’t get over this rendition of “O Holy Night.”

On a recent episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, newbie Diana Jenkins threw a holiday party that featured an interesting performance.

Jenkins’ fiancé Asher Monroe hopped on the mic to perform a slew of Christmas carols, including “O Holy Night.” RHOBH castmember Erika Jayne had quite a few cocktails at the party and decided to sing along with Asher from the comfort of the couch.

“It was funny. Erika’s a hoot. She's a larger-than-life character and she’s so funny. Even though what the audience saw is her interrupting my performance, what was felt that night was actually more of a support. Everyone of course interpreted the way they want to. It was a fun night nonetheless,” Monroe said.

While some Bravo fans may have heard Monroe's singing for the first time on the hit show, he’s actually built quite the career in music.

“Music has been at the pivotal stage of my career, even early on. It’s always been a passion of mine. It’s always been something that’s gotten me through many doors,” Monroe said.

The star just dropped his latest album Windows of Time, which features a wide range of songs and has already garnered over one million streams.

“Now that this latest album is out, it was really a time for me to dig deep and be able to voice myself in a different way that maybe my fans haven’t really heard,” Monroe said.

In the coming weeks, Monroe will bring the album to life in a unique and exciting way with an accompanying XR show. Using the same technology seen on Disney’s The Mandalorian and Billie Eilish's Where Do We Go livestream, the singer is looking forward to immersing his fans into his art.

“I just wanted to create a completely different experience. I wanted to create a body of work that I can look back in five, ten years and be really proud of. I feel like that’s what I’ve accomplished. It’s timeless and I guess that’s what I was going for,” Monroe said.

Windows of Time is available now on all platforms.

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