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Aubrey O’Day has also performed on "Broadway" in Hairspray. Aubrey O’Day has also volunteered for the Pink Project and helped victims of the Hurricane Katrina devastation.
Aubrey O’Day has also signed a solo record deal with SRC and Universal Motown Records. She was born and raised in San Francisco, California, USA. Aubrey was found in 2004 in making the Band, established by P. During Season 2 of MTB, while the opposition was all the while beating full, Aubrey was reached by Blender magazine to posture for their September 2005 issue.
Aubrey O’Day's birth name is Aubrey Morgan O' Day. On October 14, 2008, Making the Band, O’Day’s flight was affirmed, and the takeoff of her D. O’day assumed the part of Amber Von Tussle in the Broadway melodic Hairspray on 16 July 2008.
Aubrey O’Day shows her interest in acting since very childhood and sometimes crying why she is in the backstage and not on the stage when she was a child. Furthermore, she appeared in 2009 at the American comedy American High School.
And I think that’s the only way you’ll find balance and success with any artist, is that the machine is great, but the machine can’t forget about the art. The harmonies were used in a different type of way. That was my own journey of appreciating literature and being an Oscar Wilde fan. And it’s something that I realized early, that either I was going to have to create my own music or I was going to have to find an artist that was similar to the dynamic I was…because you could tell that there was no soul in the ones that I wrote that were more mainstream or pop that were manufactured. But I would never do a girl group in the sense of pop culture’s idea of a girl group again.However, she wished the girls good luck on their new path and said in a statement to Us Weekly in August: 'Much love to the ladies of DK!!They have decided to reunite and I, like our amazing fans, will be cheering them on.'‘It just got to a point where we were reaching a place in all our individual careers where we felt like we established a lot of the things we wanted to develop within ourselves, but we were still missing the pieces of what we had started off with and we didn’t want anyone to define that for us,' Aubrey said."Tonight is a representation of the end of a chapter in my life; it's not the end of the book," O'Day said in a backstage interview before the finale."I will do everything possible to make my mark on this industry, and Danity Kane and Puff provided me with this amazing opportunity to go out and really touch people's hearts.