Aubrey O’Day

Aubrey Morgan O'Day (born February 11, 1984) is an American singer, actress, fashion designer, television personality, and former member of the girl group Danity Kane. Following discord among the group and with her mentor at the time, P. Diddy, O'Day was fired from the group in 2008. She has since signed a solo record deal and made numerous appearances on reality television shows.

O'Day has also modeled for magazines such as Blender and Playboy, and has performed on Broadway in Hairspray.

Early life
O'Day began performing at age five. "I lived on the stage, and even at six, slept behind the seats of the theatre," she stated in an interview. According to her mother, when O'Day was four, she was at a performance of The Nutcracker and started to cry. Her mother asked her what was wrong and O'Day replied, "I'm sad that I'm sitting here and not up on stage." O'Day recalls that moment as the one in which she "officially" realized her love for entertainment.

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. She also appeared in Annie. O'Day's childhood leaned heavily toward auditions and acting gigs more than school. The Notorious B.I.G. and Sean "Puffy" Combs were her primary influences as a child.

O'Day attended La Quinta High School in the early 2000s. She later majored in political science and drama at the University of California, Irvine, and was a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority.

Personal life and activism
After graduating from high school and deciding to go to University of California Irvine, O'Day spent a semester at sea. She worked with service organizations while touring in different countries, as well as refugee centers, orphanages, and mostly with children with AIDS. She volunteered for the The Pink Project (a charity photobook supporting RAINN and the Los Angeles Breast Cancer Alliance), and helped victims of the Hurricane Katrina devastation. O'Day soon created her own organization, called F*A*N (Fighting Aids Now). The charity's goal is to give therapy and art to children in hospitals.

While competing to be in the band, O'Day formed a strong connection with fellow contestant Aundrea Fimbres. The two made it through two seasons together, and gained a large and loyal fanbase before Combs chose them to be in the group, O'Day first and Fimbres last. Viewers named the two "the AUs" and "Aubrea" (portmanteux of their first names put together), and O'Day declared Fimbres her best friend in the Season 2 finale of the series. O'Day even got Danity Kane's bar codes from their albums tattooed on the back of her neck. O'Day's friendship with Fimbres, however, later became distant. As of 2010, O'Day and Fimbres have reunited on numerous occasions and have claimed to have always been friends. O'Day has also been best friends with another Making the Band 3 contestant, Melissa Molinaro, who appeared with O'Day on the MTV Show Exposed, and were last seen on screen together in the VH1 pilot The Aubrey O'Day Show, which was picked up by the Oxygen Network instead. On the show, they had an onscreen falling out and seem to no longer be friends but have recently seemed to have rekindled their friendship.

In an August 2008 interview with Broadway.com, O'Day stated she was increasingly irritated with people pigeonholing her sexuality; stating that she looks for "incredible passion and honest love" and not at gender. On December 15, 2008, Fox News reported that O'Day attended a party accompanied with her girlfriend/lover, according to an anonymous friend in attendance. When questioned by UsMagazine.com regarding the gay rumors, O'Day did not confirm or deny the speculation about her sexuality, and once again stated that she could not say "one way or another" what her sexual orientation is at this point in her life. In 2009, while on the show Chelsea Lately, when asked about being bisexual, she replied, "Generally, I don't like to label myself... I want to find someone I'm passionate about, and I don't want to limit myself to one segment of the population."

During the 2008 presidential election campaign in the United States, O'Day supported Barack Obama for President. She is also a gay rights advocate and chose "Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)" as her charity for Celebrity Apprentice. On April 22, 2012 she won a task as Project Manager for team Unanimous by designing a Macy's display for Donald Trump's new perfume Success. O'Day won $50,000 for her charity for winning this task over rival team Forte led by Clay Aiken.

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