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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Aubrey O’Day Profile and Biography

Aubrey O’Day Profile:
Aubrey Morgan O’Day best known as Aubrey O’Day with nickname Abubrella was born February 11, 1984 (astrological sign/star sign (zodiac): Aquarius) at her hometown in San Francisco (SF), California (CA), United State of America (USA). Aubrey O’Day is a beautiful American female (pop, R&B) singer (music star), (film, movie, television) actress, female model (top and popular model, cosmetic model, commercial model, beauty model, international model, star model, bikini (beachwear) model, swimsuit (swimwear) model, fashion model, magazine cover model, cover girl model), Hollywood star (superstar), fashion designer, television personality, former member of the girl group Danity Kane, and blonde women celebrity. She has a hair color: beautiful golden blonde, eyes color: pretty green, height: 5′ 4″ (163 cm), measurements: 34-25-33, assets: excellent beauty, lovely face, beautiful golden blonde hair, pretty green eyes, charming and sweet smile, cool voice, amazing talent, friendly, and her name popular and famous in the world of international music, entertainment, and modeling, music genres: Pop, R&B, labels: Universal Motown, SRC, instruments: vocals, associated acts: Danity Kane, Day26, Donnie Klang, Sean “Diddy” Combs, claim to fame: Danity Kane, hobbies: party, sport, singing, beauty care, performing on stage, hair care, fashion designing, health care, watching movie/film, listening music, movie/film acting, photography acting, pose in front of the camera, and active in the world of international music, entertainment, and modeling.

Aubrey O’Day Biography:
In her early life, Aubrey O’Day with nickname Abubrella was born February 11, 1984 with birth name is Aubrey Morgan O’Day at her hometown in San Francisco (SF), California (CA), United State of America (USA). Aubrey O’Day developed her talent for entertaining at age five, after performing on stage for the first time. “I lived on the stage, and even at six, slept behind the seats of the theatre,” Aubrey O’Day stated in an interview. According to her mother, when Aubrey O’Day was four, she was at a performance of The Nutcracker and started to cry. Her mother asked her what was wrong and Aubrey O’Day replied, “I’m sad that I’m sitting here and not up on stage”. Aubrey O’Day recalls that moment as the one in which she “officially” realized her love for entertainment.

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

In her career, Aubrey O’Day on an October 2008 episode of the reality show Making the Band, and Aubrey O’Day was declared no longer a member of the girl group. Aubrey O’Day has also modeled for magazines such as Blender magazine, and has performed on Broadway in Hairspray. Aubrey O’Day appeared on the 2009 comedy American High School costarring Nikki Ziering, and is currently reading scripts for consideration in starring in feature films. Recently, Aubrey O’Day has been pursuing a solo music career, and has been in the studio with Shanell Woodgette, as well as Grammy Award-winning producer Maestro, recording a remastered version of Sharam’s remix hit “Party All the Time”. Aubrey O’Day released a track titled “Never Fallin”, and also joined the cast of Jerry Mitchell’s musical Peepshow in the role of “Peep Diva” at the Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada from September 2009 to late December 2009. Additionally, Aubrey O’Day was featured on Donnie Wahlberg single “I Got It”.

On the April 23, 2009 finale of Making the Band, Aubrey O’Day revealed that she would have her own reality television show for which she would be filming in the spring of 2010. The show entitled All About Aubrey premiered on March 7, 2011 on the Oxygen Network. Aubrey O’Day’s debut single, the Adonis-produced “Automatic” was released on April 12, 2011. It is reported that Aubrey O’Day recorded over 50 songs for her debut album on SRC/Universal Motown, that will come out later on 2011.

In her other work, Aubrey O’Day on 2006 was ranked #86 on Maxim’s Hot 100 list, #81 on Blender’s 100 Hottest People list, and posed for the magazines. Aubrey O’Day walked the catwalk at Heatherette’s Fall 2007 runway show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week held on February 6, and recorded a song with R&B singer Cupid written and produced by D. Harold; Mischke, and T. Thomas, whose title is “Do Yo Dance” and was the new single from Cupid’s album Time For A Change.

On January 2008, Aubrey O’Day briefly became the face of Famous Stars and Straps. Aubrey O’Day later made a cameo appearance in Estelle’s music video for “Pretty Please” on August 2008. Further utilizing her success, Aubrey O’Day started her own clothing line called Heart on My Sleeve, which features T-shirts and accessories available only online. Aubrey O’Day posed for Complex magazine, their November 2008 issue. On late 2008, Aubrey O’Day made a guest appearance on the reality show 50 Cent: The Money and the Power. Aubrey O’Day later agreed to be the covergirl for a popular and famous magazine for the March 2009 issue. Additionally, Aubrey O’Day has been featured on the covers of Jadore magazine, Image magazine, Palm Springs Life magazine, King magazine, Right On! magazine, Dub magazine, and Envy magazine. Aubrey O’Day has done features for GQ magazine, In Touch Weekly and Us Weekly.

(Aubrey O’Day Profile and Biography source:, Zimbio.Com, FanPix.Net, and Wikipedia.Org)

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