O'day Considered Starring Role In Bisexual Dating Show
Former Danity Kane star AUBREY O'DAY seriously considered taking over Tila Tequila's bisexual dating show A SHOT AT LOVE after she was kicked out of the band - because she wanted to find out which sex she preferred dating.
The sexy star admits she went for an interview with TV executives about the show, where men and women fight for an unlucky in love celebrity's affections, the day after news broke of her departure from Danity Kane in 2007.
And she seriously considered signing up for the show.
She tells gay magazine Curve, "(I said) 'I'm not in a relationship and I don't know (if I) prefer one sex over the other at this point in my life', and so, for me, I thought it was perfect."
But O'Day turned the job down and instead started developing her own reality show, which will air soon.
She admits she's still confused about her sexuality.
O'Day adds, "I just don't know. I haven't fallen in love with the person that has taken my heart and made me want to be a better person every day.
"I could be happy marrying a woman. I could be happy marrying a man... I have enjoyed the time that I've spent with a woman, but, you know, not everything was there and it wasn't any one thing in particular, just that person. I've had amazing relationships with men but not everything was there. There was something missing.
"That's another reason why I thought long and hard about A Shot At Love, because that would right away... put me as the television bisexual... I don't even know that that is the case."
O'Day admits she might even be partial to dating a transgender person after one recent encounter: "I fell in love with this woman. She was so amazing and my g-hub (gay friend) was like, 'That (used to be) a man. She's post-op...' I was like, 'Wow, I would never have known. And I would never have cared.'"