On Tuesday night's live season-three finale of "Making the Band 4," Diddy confirmed the rumors that Aubrey O'Day is no longer in Danity Kane. He also kicked out D. Woods, leaving only Aundrea Fimbres, Dawn Richard and Shannon Bex in the group he so carefully put together before our eyes four years ago.
"I would rather be hated every damn day of my life for being real than loved for being something I'm not," O'Day defiantly told Sway on the special that aired Tuesday night.
Diddy, who spoke to the girls and the audience via satellite, had some advice for tabloid target Aubrey. "Check this out, baby girl," Diddy said. "See, your attitude is gonna have you in a dark and lonely place. ... What you need to do, at the end of the day, is humble yourself.
"I got love for Aubrey. I don't have any beef with her," he added. "I just want to work with the young lady that I signed, not the person that fame has made her."
"I don't think any of us has been happy for a long time," admitted D.Woods, who Diddy said had gotten "caught up in the wrath" of Aubrey.
MTV News reached out to a rep for Danity Kane to see where the future of the band stands now that Aubrey and D. Woods are no longer in the group. It's being reported that D.Woods has plans to work with another group, the Girls Club. O'Day, who recently made [article id="1591277"]her Broadway debut in "Hairspray,"[/article] has not announced what she will be doing next.
"Tonight is a representation of the end of a chapter in my life; it's not the end of the book," O'Day said in a backstage interview before the finale. "I will do everything possible to make my mark on this industry, and Danity Kane and Puff provided me with this amazing opportunity to go out and really touch people's hearts. I think the way that we were able to inspire people was something that I will never be able to achieve in that way again in my life."
On Tuesday, it was also confirmed that there will be another season of "Making the Band."