Aubrey O'Day Hits Back at Wendy Williams for Shading Her on Talk Show

During the 'Hot Topics' segment of her show, the TV host accuses the former Danity Kane member of having plastic surgery and criticizing her for shading P. Diddy.

AceShowbiz - Aubrey O'Day was clearly not having it after learning of what Wendy Williams said about her in the latest episode of the latter's talk show. During the "Hot Topics" segment of her show, the TV host accused the "Ex on the Beach" alum of having plastic surgery and criticizing her for shading Sean "P. Diddy" Combs on Twitter.

Showing off a "before" and "after" comparison picture on the big screen behind her, Wendy noted that Audrey didn't have to get under the knife at her age. "She's really young. You don't start doing that stuff until you get to a particular age," she said. "She's going to have to keep up all that filler and work and stuff." Despite that, she assured, "I love her, she's been here on the show."

Wendy then went on addressing Aubrey's shade towards Diddy after it was announced that "Making the Band" would be returning to the small screen. "You know he can't finish any artist he starts," the 35-year-old said, referring to her band Danity Kane who was formed through the show. Weighing in on the matter, Wendy said on her show, "Listen, Aubrey. Sour grapes. He might now have finished with Danity Kane, but maybe that's because you weren't as big as you thought you were."

Aubrey clearly couldn't take Wendy's comment because she took to Twitter and mentioned the latter on her tweet, "Ma, u got so much to say when I'm not sitting in front of you, why don't you be a real one and run your mouth like this face to face. I dare you. I'll clear my f***ing calendar."

She also doubled down her shade towards Diddy in an interview with Us Weekly. Talking about her band that the rap mogul created, she said, "Diddy broke us up in the height of our fame on national television, on MTV. I want to talk about what we're going through, because I think what Danity Kane has gone through since then is so powerful for women, for people, for artists. We have had to learn everything the hard way since we were broken up by [Diddy] on national television."

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