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Ace Showbiz - Aubrey O'Day is detailing the unpleasants days when she worked with "Making The Band" creator Sean "P. The singer explained that the rap mogul was often making harsh comments about her during her appearance on the series which was launched back in 2000.
Recalling the time during an interview with Variety, the Danity Kane singer said, "Puff is a very difficult person to work with.
Everything had to be perfect." She went on saying, "I remember times where he looked at my toenails and was like, 'What is your third toenail doing?
Go get that s**t fixed before you walk into a room.' " "Or we would be in rehearsals performing an hour-and-a-half set over and over and he would walk in for five minutes with a camera and say, 'Aubrey, why are you sweating? You're the hot one, so do you think anyone wants to see that? "We were scared to death with what would happen with Puff each day," she shared. Diddy was one of the most intense people you could ever work with.
Aubrey announced their coupledom by sharing a cuddly instagram pic (click the link to see it! However, she and Pauly confirmed to TMZ that they’re a hot item now. “It’s very new — they’re both having fun.”During her stint on Celebrity Apprentice, the Dumb Blonde singer revealed herself to be much smarter than she acts – and surprisingly calculating – Aubrey almost made it to the finals.
”The new season is scheduled to premiere in 2020, over a decade after the last “Making the Band” episode aired.
As for her group's issues, the 35-year-old star opened up, "As we got bigger, there was a lot of division in the group because the men wanted to put the women in categories -- the pretty one, the one who sings.
But the pretty one wanted to be a singer and the singer wanted to be known as pretty, so then you start disliking the people around you because of the boxes that the men want to put you in." She added, "And there were always cameras around, so we got used to not speaking openly with each other because we never wanted to make this show a battlefield for tantrums.
The group was formed on the OG show and both Diddy and MTV are credited for launching the careers of Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard, Aundrea Fimbres, D.
Woods and Day."I’m happy when any new artist gets an opportunity to shine I do think MTV needs to bring back, along with "Making The Band," a Danity Kane show with our family that we created on the network," she stated.
The singer fired several shots at the man and network who created her band, warning them to grow some balls and bring the 2005 pop group back to reality TV.