Experiencing international fame as one of the all-girl music group Danity Kane, Aubrey O'Day surprisingly admits that prior to her career in showbiz she "was actually going to Columbia for law school". About her dream career, she tells OK! magazine's Valerie Nome, "I wanted to do international law. I wanted to save refugees. That's what I probably would be doing. I come from a family of attorneys, so I've constantly been in a political mind state since childhood."
"If I weren't doing that, as far as more fun careers, I always wanted to be a professional ice skater. Like, win the gold medal, or I've always wanted to be Miss America," Aubrey opens up further. On what makes her want to become Miss America, the busty blonde explains, "I always wanted to be in a place where I got to do art, and once I got there was able to affect as many people as possible. I spent my college years traveling around the world. I have two charities internationally, and I do a lot of really good things. But I would say I have a great voice and I'm very honest. I represent all kinds of women. I show that you can be extra sexy and also be extra smart."
"Traveling around the world and being exposed to everything that I have has made me an interesting person," Aubrey goes on adding. "Not in a cocky way, but I'm very proud of the woman I've struggled to become. I think if you believe it in life, the world is at your feet and you can do anything that you want to do."
On top of all, "I want to be a movie star, a solo artist, a television star, I want to be an amazing philanthropist and then I want to adopt a whole bunch of babies from a ton of different countries and have my own little rainbow tribe like Josephine Baker," so Aubrey gushes.