Post-leaving Danity Kane, Dawn Richard will help P. Diddy on his new album, D. Woods plots a solo effort, Aubrey O'Day will return to Broadway stage, and Shannon Bex is going to make country music.
An info posted by VISA MYPLASH about Danity Kane working on a new album was proven untrue because the girl group's members, including Dawn Richard, have all been released from their contract with Bad Boy Records. It means that the band have officially broken up.
Richard's dismissal from the group was announced during "Making the Band 4: The Final Chapter" part 2 on April 23. Only Aubrey O'Day, D. Woods, Shannon Bex and Richard who were present at the show.
When asked why Aundrea Fimbres did not show up with them, O'Day said she had no clue about that matter. As of Bex, she revealed that Fimbres is a little more "sensitive" about what happened during the last episode of the TV show when she was booted by P. Diddy.
During the show, Diddy also gave his comment saying, "There will never be another Danity Kane unless it's these girls right here. I am gon' do a new show looking for a new girl group. Hopefully, they'll appreciate things and work things out."
Now that all the girls are no longer attached to Danity Kane, each of them has their own plan for a project in entertainment industry. Richard said she is working Diddy's new album "Last Train to Paris", while Woods gushed she is working on a solo album with a hint that a new single will come out soon.
Furthermore, O'Day stated she will return to Broadway stage and produce her own TV show, which is expected to be premiered this fall. Bex, on the other hand, unveiled her plan to make country music.
"Making the Band 4: The Final Chapter" part 2: