Aubrey O'Day doesn't want to take part in the speculation and gossip that she feels her fellow former [artist id="2400155"]Danity Kane[/artist] members are spreading in the media about the future of the group.
"In regards to the other negativity, I really just chose not to comment," she told MTV News. "I wrote a blog on my MySpace page, and if anyone wants to know how I feel, they can go there."
O'Day did choose to address the reports that she and D.Woods were asked to come back for the new season of "Making the Band 4." She assures MTV News that as far as she knows, this wasn't the case at all. "Well, I was fired and we all saw that," O'Day said. "I'm not sure about the other girls — who was invited back or what they were asked to do — but I obviously wouldn't be invited back if I was fired."
Recently, Dawn Richard came to MTV News to kill the rumor that she had already begun work on her solo album when she was still in Danity Kane. Although O'Day had accused Richard of doing so during the last season of "MTB," when asked about it now, O'Day didn't want to reiterate her suspicions.
"I can't speak on her life; I have no idea," she said. "I know what they have confirmed to me, and that is what I said in the season finale."
O'Day said she doesn't want to sully DK's good name. In fact, she's hoping that fans will continue to honor the group that made her a star.
"Danity Kane was a wonderful group, and like all things, nothing is forever. We had a great run and we were very successful," she said. "We may not have that answer for our fans, which is disappointing, but we did try, and that's more than a lot of people."
Despite the fact that she's pursuing her own career as a solo artist, O'Day would never turn down the chance to get onstage with her old bandmates. "I have so much respect for that situation, if there was ever interest in me coming back ... and making music with the girls, I would never say no to something like that."