3 items from 2012
By James Dinh
Let's call it a brand-new O'Day!
Despite her weekly serving of kickass as one of the strongest players on this season of "Celebrity Apprentice," Aubrey O'Day has forged ahead with her musical comeback by releasing a brand-new single, "Wrecking Ball," on Monday (April 23). Straying away from the slick Pop&B she delivered with Danity Kane and even songs heard in her "All About Aubrey" reality show, "Wrecking Ball" treads waters that Miss O'Day has never ventured before, most notably highlighting her vocal talents.
Trading in her stilettos and hairflips in favor of some touching runs about heartbreak, the mid-tempo "Wrecking Ball" finds Aubrey channeling her inner Kelly Clarkson as she reflects on a seemingly picture-perfect relationship that she's left behind. Co-produced and co-written by David Hodges, Steven Miller and "American Idol's" own Pia Toscano, the breezy song sounds like something that'd fit comfortably with mainstream radio criteria, »
- MTV News
Aubrey O'Day may be sporting red hair these days, but she can't seem to shake the "dumb blonde" stereotype. The former Danity Kane singer and "All About Aubrey" star is kicking some serious butt on Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" this season, but not everyone is expecting her to go very far in the competition.
"I literally have been underestimated my entire career," she told The Huffington Post. "I think ‘Celebrity Apprentice' has roles they want to fit people in and I was the sexy Playboy bunny role. A lot of people were surprised that I would be more than that and they had to restructure what to do with the show because of that."
To crush the bombshell stereotype right from the start, O'Day asked the "Apprentice" producers to not make her 2009 Playboy spread her calling card on the reality competition.
"I didn't want Playboy to be my biggest achievement in life, »
- Jo Piazza
Aubrey O'Day's big mouth has landed her in hot water again ... only this time it's not because of what she said ... it's what she sang. The "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant is being sued over a segment in the finale of her Oxygen reality show, "All About Aubrey" ... in which she sings on top of a track produced by her friend Adonis Shropshire. Here's the rub -- according to the suit, Adonis created that particular beat »
- TMZ Staff
3 items from 2012
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