Aubrey O’Day getting fired from girl group Danity Kane has turned her off the industry altogether. The pin-up, who upset Diddy by posing scantily-clad in a series of men’s magazines, has revealed she’s quitting pop music for good – because her departure from the band has left her jaded.
Diddy, aka Sean Combs, fired O’Day on an episode of reality TV show Making The Band in 2008, after criticising her “oversexed image” and accused her of trying to promote herself as a celebrity at the expense of the group. O’Day has since expanded her career outside music, appearing in the pages of Playboy magazine and saucy Las Vegas stage production Peepshow, and she admits she may never return to music.
The 25 year says, “I’ve lost that loving feeling a little bit because of the situation that introduced me to the industry… We were these young girls that believed in a dream and thought life would be fair – but life isn’t fair. When you start to realise life isn’t fair, what do you do: curl up and die or fight every second of the way?”
O’Day admits she was never cut out to handle the politics involved in the music industry, adding, “My entire life I worked on perfecting my talent, thinking that was the only thing that mattered. But when you’re actually in this business, you learn that talent only counts for five per cent.
“The rest is how you behave, what you do, how you portray yourself. A lot of it is playing the game and, if anyone doesn’t know by now, I don’t like playing other people’s games. I didn’t do it with Diddy, I haven’t done it since.”
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Lilly Allen hangs out on her balcony of a Venice hotel. Basically Lilly is hanging loose and standing topless on a balcony for no apparent reason. Look how her boyfriend Sam Cooper tries to cover up her breasts with his hands as if they’re both shocked people are looking at her.
Mary J. Blige and Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now (FFAWN) co-creator Steve Stoute address the public during the opening of the Mary J. Blige Center for Women on Thursday in Yonkers, New York.
The Center is the first of its kind and serves as a pilot program for what FFAWN hopes will be similar centers in communities in need across the country.
Robin Thicke and wife Paula Patton are expecting their first child.
The singer and his longtime love are totally elated at the news.
On Tuesday, the two – who began dating in high school before getting married back in 2005 – got cozy at the 2009 Angel Ball in New York City
Robin Thicke is quick to sing the praises of Paula Patton.
“She could make a marriage work with a chair,” he said of his lovely wife, who is currently shooting the Queen Latifah comedy, Just Wright.
“She’s an incredible woman, and very beautiful. I’m just lucky to be with her.”
Asked how they work so well together, Patton said: “He’s … amazing!”
Glad to see there is still some true love within a celebrity marriage and that Robin’s not out texting Rachel Uchitel type as he gets his wife pregnant.
Congratulations to the happy couple!
Rick Ross, Jim Jones and Juelz Santana have been the first to share their reactions to Lil Wayne‘s guilty plea and offered their views on his prospected one-year jail sentence.
Jones shared his reaction by comparing Wayne to incarcerated rapper T.I.
“Thts crazy lil Wayne gets a year for a hand pistol and ti gets the same tome for having army issued rifles wit silencers U tell me wtf,” Jones wrote Thursday afternoon via Twitter. (Jim Jones’ Twitter)
Santana also disagreed with Weezy’s plea deal. “A! I just arrived 2 the set. Just did a MTV News interview wit Shaheem about Lil Wayne. That’s some BULL SH*T!!!!,” Santana wrote on Twitter hours after reports of Wayne’s guilty plea made headlines. (Juelz Santana’s Twitter)
Ross said he felt the Young Money leader could overcome the jail stint.
“It hurt us,” Rick Ross said. “We strategize and work towards this for so long, [and] when something like that, a major inconvenience such as that, nine people out of 10, that stint could hurt them. But I think Wayne has a unique situation with his Cash Money family and now his Young Money roster, I know they got a lot of things poppin’. Wayne’s got enough music. He’s one of the few artists I feel could eat those 10 months up, or that year, and then come home to rap royalty. If anybody is gonna be able to do it, it’s gonna be Wayne.” (MTV)
50 Cent has touched on Fabolous publicly questioning the motivation behind his This Is 50 Festival earlier this month and said the rapper reached out to him personally.
In addition to speaking with Fab, Fif also said he believed the rapper felt the public’s negative response to his Twitter remarks.
“He reached out to tell me he didn’t mean it in that derogatory way,” 50 said in an interview. “People misinterpret what you type in the text. I’ve misinterpreted what people were trying to send to me, sending me messages before as well. Before we utilize devices we use to communicate with each other intimately on Twitter and other Web sites, you can forget you’re making a public statement. You can feel you’re having barbershop talk or just saying your personal take on something, and it’s a public statement and people start to resent you for it. He kind of felt a little backlash on it. People responded negatively to it because they were like, ‘Finally [these artists are performing together]‘ and he’s going, ‘Wasn’t I a part of dividing New York City?’ I wasn’t a part of dividing New York City. New York City wasn’t accepting me initially.” (MTV)
Nothing like taking advantage of someone else’s public situations and using them as a platform for which to pump your own self up. Lol. Peep what Teyana Taylor had to say about all you Chris Brown bandwagoners….
A lot of people were jumping on different bandwagons and I really felt like that was wack. Before the incident between him and Rihanna, Chris had always been my brother. When we met we clicked instantly from our fashion styles to our love of basketball to dancing to everything. I’ve known him for four years and I was one of the only people that stood by his side when the situation happened. When he gets back to where he used to be, a lot of people are going to come running back and smiling in his face. He knows who really are his friends. I think stuff like this happens to really show you who really cares about you.”
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