Danity Kane's 'Lemonade' Stand

Posted: May 16 2014, 9:30pm CDT | by , Updated: May 16 2014, 10:23pm CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

Danity Kane's 'Lemonade' Stand
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Danity Kane is back together, but is Aundrea Fimbres still part of the group?

"It's like being in a room filled with personality."

Danity Kane reunited for MTV's 2013 VMAs and the group decided to record an album. The question is where is Aundrea?

Three young girls are presumably stand-ins for Aubrey O'Day, Dawn Richard, and Shannon Bex on the cover of the 'Lemonade' featuring Tyga, the first single for the album, but Aundrea's stand-in remains mysteriously absent. Will the vocals be the same without her?

Noticing the missing the fourth member on the cover lead to fan speculation and a demand for answers. Fans bombarded MTV with questions if Aundrea still belonged to the group, so network phoned up the single's co-writer, Soaky, to get the latest information.

She described the environment in the studio as "like sisters. It's like being in a room filled with personality," Soaky explained. "They get along very well, they talk a lot of sh-, but it's like getting a lot of girls in a room together."

But Soaky stayed evasive on the group's members by saying the the group would answer who's in and who's out when the members show up on stage. Tonight, the group starts their No Filter tour tonight in San Francisco and ending in San Diego, CA, on June 5th. The tour will also include Jessi Malay before the group drops the complete album later this year.

Yet Aundrea hasn't said a peep since a tweet on April 25th. So the fans are left wondering where she's at.

According to an interview Aubrey O'Day made to the Chicago Sun-Times on May 15th, this new Danity Kane does not have the same management or deals. She says the new style makes every effort "much more rewarding." Everything will be according to their demands and needs, and not the demands and public image regulated by a record company. DK is "across the board in musical tastes" and relishing in lack of company policy.

Of course, the group's return has depended heavily on the internet and social media nudges by fans. So the absence of Aundrea is noticeable to those keeping up. Has the quartet dropped to a trio?

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