Aubrey Morgan O'Day was born on February 11,1984 and is an American singer and reality television personality, best known for being a member of the girl group Danity Kane.
34 Facts About Aubrey O'Day
Aubrey O'Day has performed in the duo Dumblonde with former Danity Kane bandmate Shannon Bex since 2015.
Additionally, Aubrey O'Day has made appearances on reality television shows, including the fifth season of Celebrity Apprentice, Famously Single, Ex on the Beach, and the British Celebrity Big Brother 18.
Aubrey O'Day played lead characters in various musical productions, including Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Carmen in Fame, Sandy in Grease, Liesl in The Sound of Music, Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof, and Mimi in Rent.
Aubrey O'Day's childhood leaned heavily toward auditions and acting gigs more than school.
Aubrey O'Day later majored in political science and drama and graduated with a degree in political science from University of California, Irvine, and is a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
Aubrey O'Day was discovered in 2004 on the MTV reality show Making the Band 3, founded by Sean "Diddy" Combs, and emerged as the show's breakout star.
Aubrey O'Day expressed anxiety about competing to be in the group.
Aubrey O'Day was eventually chosen to be in the group, and was the first member included.
Aubrey O'Day told O'Day that she no longer looked like the girl he signed and that she used to be one of the best.
Combs bluntly accused Aubrey O'Day of trying to expand her fame at the expense of the entire group, and that she liked flaunting her breasts and wearing big hair, referring to an incident where she had rubbed her cleavage on the arm of a television host.
Aubrey O'Day asked himself why he was keeping O'Day in the group.
Speculation arose that Combs firing Aubrey O'Day was a ratings ploy and that he had no intention of truly dismissing her.
Aubrey O'Day said that if offered, she would have returned and is not against returning.
Aubrey O'Day was officially released from her Bad Boy Records contract by Combs in the April 16,2009, episode of Making the Band.
Aubrey O'Day said that she has forgiven being released from the group, and people who blamed her for the group's demise.
Aubrey O'Day began the role of Amber Von Tussle in the Broadway musical Hairspray on July 18,2008.
Additionally, Aubrey O'Day was featured on the Donnie Wahlberg single "I Got It".
Aubrey O'Day recorded a remastered version of Sharam's remix hit "Party All the Time" and released a track titled "Never Fallin".
Aubrey O'Day was fired from NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice 5, which premiered on February 19,2012.
Aubrey O'Day ultimately decided not to quit, but was fired shortly thereafter.
Aubrey O'Day shot a video for the track with music director Rage in June 2012 and was released on September 26,2012, on Vevo.
In 2012, Aubrey O'Day announced she would be recording her debut solo EP.
On July 7,2021, Aubrey O'Day released a single, "Body Love High".
In January 2008, Aubrey O'Day briefly became the face of Famous Stars and Straps.
Aubrey O'Day posed topless in the November 2008 issue of men's magazine Complex.
Simply put, Aubrey O'Day is that chick: the stunner who attracts paparazzi and Broadway producers alike, and the talent least likely to fall into post-reality-show abyss.
In late 2008, Aubrey O'Day made a guest appearance on the reality show 50 Cent: The Money and the Power.
Aubrey O'Day later agreed to be the covergirl for Playboy for the March 2009 issue.
Aubrey O'Day has done features for GQ, In Touch Weekly and Us Weekly.
Aubrey O'Day worked with service organizations while touring in different countries, as well as refugee centers, orphanages, and mostly with children with AIDS.
Aubrey O'Day volunteered for The Pink Project, and helped victims of the Hurricane Katrina devastation.
Aubrey O'Day is a supporter of LGBT rights and chose GLSEN as her charity for Celebrity Apprentice.
Aubrey O'Day dispelled rumors of ever having plastic surgery or dating boss Sean Combs.