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O'Day was eventually chosen to be in the group, and was the first member included.The band became known as Danity Kane, and their first album debuted on August 22, 2006, at #1 on the Billboard 200 charts.
According to her mother, when O'Day was four, she was at a performance of The Nutcracker and started to cry.The magazine described her as the contestant "who bared calm resolve and tanned hip bones in beating out almost 10,000 girls for the chance at singing and strutting in a P. O'Day expressed anxiety about competing to be in the group."I’ve been in the ‘cut’ situation several times," she stated. Gerard Cassidy, a physical-education instructor at a Queens middle school, was caught in a love triangle and fired for having an “inappropriate relationship” with an ex-student — while dating her mom, The Post has learned. The scandal came to light in the summer of 2009, when the teen tearfully confided to an aunt that “she had been secretly dating her ex-teacher,” says a report by the office of schools investigator Richard Condon.Cassidy, 44, who taught at MS137 America’s School of Heroes in Ozone Park, lost a fight for his $83,600-a-year job even though the 16-year-old student recanted her claim that she had sex with the teacher, according to city Department of Education documents and court records. She said she had sex in his house “once or twice a week” without condoms.For the period of 1991 and before, prior to the advent of Nielsen Music radio monitoring and point-of-sales data, the rankings are based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No.
Aubrey Morgan O'Day (born February 11, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter, member of the duo Dumblonde, reality television personality, and a former member of the girl group Danity Kane.
The mom angrily told The Post, “It’s nobody’s business.” When questioned by Condon’s office, the teen denied any sexual contact with Cassidy, saying he only held her hand “for support and encouragement” and kissed her hello and goodbye.
She said Cassidy helped her with family problems, the way she dressed and her vocabulary. In his DOE hearing, Cassidy said he was only motivating the girl to do her homework and get up to go to school.
He called the city’s Administration for Children’s Services.
The Post is withholding the mother’s name to protect the teen’s identity.
When asked by Boston Herald whether she was still in the group, O'Day was reluctant to answer and stated, "I can’t comment on anything, I’m sorry." Tonight is a representation of the end of a chapter in my life; it's not the end of the book.