Pop singer Taylor Dayne has been ordered by a U.S. judge to serve two years probation for reckless driving.
Taylor Dayne, 46, best known for her 1987 song Tell it to My Heart, did not appear in court. But her lawyer pleaded no contest on her behalf.
Beverly Hills Superior Court Judge Richard Stone also told Dayne to finish a Mother’s Against Drunk Driving Program.
Taylor lucked into being let off of the initial charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.
According to the district attorney spokeswoman, Sandi Gibbons, prosecutors decided the reckless-driving charge was more appropriate for Taylor Dayne’s crime.