Aubrey O’day Net Worth And Who is the richest person in Modern Family?

She’s been in the girl group Danity Kane twice (fired in 2008 and reconciled in 2013). O’Day has appeared in the Broadway musical of Hairspray and has modelled for magazines like Blender and Playboy.

Aubrey O’day Early Life

Aubrey Morgan O’Day was born on February 11, 1984, in San Francisco, California and began acting at the age of five. At the age of four, she wept through the entirety of “The Nutcracker” ballet. Her mother asked her what was wrong and O’Day’s reaction was: “I’m upset because I’m sitting here and not up on stage.” During her childhood, Aubrey portrayed the lead part in various musicals like “The Sound of Music,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” and “Rent.” She attended La Quinta High School and graduated with a degree in political science from UC Irvine.

Aubrey O'day Net Worth
Aubrey O’day Net Worth

Aubrey O’day Career

In 2004, O’Day became a sensation after appearing on the MTV reality competition series “Making the Band 3.” O’Day was picked on the show to be in the girl group Danity Kane and was the first member chosen. Their first album came in August 2006 and scored #1 on the Billboard 200 rankings. Dainty Kane opened for Christina Aguilera and the Pussycat Dolls.

O’Day was sacked from Danity Kane in October 2008, much to the dismay of fans of the band and of O’Day. On April 1, 2009, Sean Combs released her from her contract with Bad Boy Records. She began playing the part of Amber Von Tussle in the Broadway version of “Hairspray” that summer. O’Day starred in the 2009 comedy American High School.

She earned her own reality programme in 2010 called “All About Aubrey” which premiered on the Oxygen Network. In 2011, she earned a solo album deal with SRC/Universal Motown Records. Her first breakthrough song “Automatic” was released on April 12, 2011. It hit the top 20 on the iTunes pop chart in under two hours.

Her television engagements include being ‘fired’ in 2012 from Donald Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice 5, during which she was also widely (and publically) chastised for being “narcissistic, self-centered, wicked and spiteful”. Later that year, she released a new track called “Wrecking Ball,” which sold 3,000 downloads in its first week.

She uploaded a video on Vevo for the song in September 2012. O’Day began producing her debut solo EP in 2012 and released three new songs from it: “Love Me When You Leave”, “Let Me Lay,” and “Before I Drown.” The CW’s “Oh Sit!” featured her performances of her tracks “Automatic” and “Before I Drown” during the Chicago Pride Festival.


Between was released on iTunes on August 13, 2013. It topped the iTunes US Dance Chart on pre-order sales and reached to #5 on the iTunes US Pop Chart. Danity Kane was reformed briefly, with O’Day, and released their third and last album “DK3” before parting again. August 2016 marked O’Day’s return to reality TV when she took part in the 18th season of the UK “Celebrity Big Brother.” She was the fifth place finisher. In July 2021, O’Day released a track called “Body Love High.”

Aubrey O’day Other Appearances

In addition to her musical career, O’Day has been featured on several “100 Hottest People” lists, including Maxim’s and Blender’s. She had an appearance in Estelle’s “Pretty Please” music video and was subsequently named the face of the clothing line Famous Stars and Straps. O’Day launched Heart on my Sleeve, her own apparel line, in 2008 and posed braless for Complex that same year in November.

Later in 2008, O’Day appeared on the reality show “50 Cent: The Money and the Power” as a special guest star. Her many magazine covers include Palm Springs Life, Dub, Envy, King, Right On, Image, and Jadore, as well as Playboy (March 2009), GQ, In Touch Weekly, and Us Weekly. In 2013, O’Day appeared as a guest judge on season five of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

Aubrey O’day Personal Life

O’Day has helped at shelters for refugees and orphans, and she has worked with many nonprofits in several countries to help children with AIDS. Furthermore, she has donated money to Hurricane Katrina victims and volunteered for The Pink Project and RAINN. She’s a proponent of equal rights for all people and voted for Barack Obama in 2008.

Rumors of O’Day’s bisexuality began after she was spotted at a public event with a ‘girlfriend,’ whom she has been romantically linked to New York music jockey DJ Cassidy. Asked by Chelsea Handler (on a 2009 episode of Chelsea Lately) if she was bisexual, she said, “In general, I dislike being categorised as any particular thing. I don’t want to restrict myself to a specific group of people because I’m eager to find love.”

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