WAG collaborations - The McCartneys, The Ono-Lennons, Pete'n'Kate
Alongside the aforementioned flirtations with fascism, getting a non-musical wife or girlfriend involved in your music is a sure-fire recipe for disaster. Paul McCartney went from the dizzy heights of being the third coolest Beatle to, well, Wings, as soon as he started making music with his wife, the late Linda McCartney. Meanwhile John Lennon started hanging around in bed instead of making music not long after Yoko Ono was promoted from mere muse to fully fledged musical collaborator. Peter 'Potty Pete' Doherty made the same mistake when he turned his back on his punk rock past for a taste of the high-life with Kate Moss, inviting her to sing on 2006's 'La Belle Et La Bete'. Doherty seemingly failed to notice his once-loyal fans alienation and watched his career implode as soon as the supermodel grew tired of his grotty ways.