Four out of five original members of the female group Danity Kane reunited for lunch Monday afternoon and rumors have been swirling that a possible reunion is in the works – but without the man who started it all.
Danity Kane, comprised of Aubrey O’Day, Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard, Aundrea Fimbres, and Wanita “D. Woods” Woodgett, came into the lime light in 2005 as a product of MTV’s Making the Band and Sean “Diddy” Combs. In 2008, after two hit albums and singles that reached the top of the music charts including “Show Stopper” and “Damaged”, Diddy and several members of the band seemed to all have creative differences. O’Day and Woodgett were the first to go, followed by Fimbres and Bex in 2009. Diddy kept Richard on his label, helping her launch a solo career.
Now, four years later, the group reunited, supposedly meeting with new management – Woodgett was not present at the meeting. In a video posted by TMZ, the girls kept mum about an actual reunion, claiming they were simply just having lunch. But the implication that Diddy no longer played a part in their lives was made when some members were clearly not amused by the mention of his name, all the while O’Day replied, “Who’s that?”
All members have tried their hand at solo careers, but can they come back together as Danity Kane and make music without the help of Diddy or will more drama unfold between them?