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Making the Band 3 TV Show Facts

Danity Kane annouced their name on TRL.
Danity Kane

Danity Kane, the all-female group formed by Diddy on the last season of Making the Band 3, will release its debut album on August 22, 2006. Kidzworld takes a look at the show that launched their careers.

Making the Band - Main Characters

  • Sean "Diddy" Combs - Rapper and entertainment mogul who serves as mentor and mastermind for the girl group Danity Kane.
  • Laurie Ann Gibson - The group's choreographer.
  • Doc Holliday - The vocal coach.
  • Johnny Wright - Danity's Kane's talent manager.
  • Andre Harrell - The advisor who joined the show in the second season.
  • Aubrey O'Day - Household slob and wildest bandmember who hails from Palm Springs, California.
  • Aundrea Fimbres - 25 year-old Aundrea is the shortest member of Danity Kane.
  • Dawn Angelique Richard - Huricane Katrina survivor and southern songstress, who is considered the funniest member of the group.
  • Shannon Bex - The mother-figure of Danity Kane and former cheerleader who is from Bend, Oregon.
  • Wanita Woodgett - Athletic triple-threat (actor, singer, dancer) and bandmember from Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Making the Band - Fun Facts

  • The group announced it's name, Danity Kane, on an episode of TRL.
  • The second season of Making the Band 3 began filming in January 2006 and premiered on June 15th, 2006.
  • Scott Storch, who has worked with 50 Cent, Beyonce and Terror Squad, produced Danity Kane's first album.
  • Making the Band - Quotes

    "I actually draw anime. Diddy looked at the superhero I drew and he was like, 'What's the name of that character?' I was like, 'Danity Kane,' and he was, like, 'Yo, that's dope, you guys can be five superheroes; five girls representing courage, representing all those things in one." - Dawn Richards

    "I'm not a hundred percent happy with the way the show is going." - Diddy

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