O'day: 'I'd Never Say No To Danity Kane Reunion'

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AUBREY O'DAY would consider reuniting with her former Danity Kane bandmates - insisting she would "never say no" to working with the now disbanded group again.
The quintet, put together by Sean 'Diddy' Combs for his reality TV series Making The Band, fell apart in January (09) after the shock departures of singers Aubrey O'Day, D. Woods and Shannon Bex from the group last year (08).
Remaining members Dawn Richard and Aundrea Fimbres claimed they would try to "pick up the pieces" of the group, but Richard later admitted she found herself with no choice but to write music for other artists after her own music career was put on ice.
But despite the messy demise of the Damage hitmakers, and the fact she was fired by Combs, O'Day insists she has fond memories of her days as a member of Danity Kane - and would seriously consider a return in the future.
She tells MTV.com, "Danity Kane was a wonderful group, and like all things, nothing is forever. We had a great run and we were very successful.
"I have so much respect for that situation, if there was ever interest in me coming back ...and making music with the girls, I would never say no to something like that."


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