Aubrey O'Day's absence on the last season of "Making the Band" left her fans wondering when they'd see her on TV next. Well, the former Danity Kane member is gearing up for [article id="1610291"]her very own show[/article]. Although details such as title and network can't be revealed by O'Day just yet, she does promise that it should air sometime this year.
"I'm about to take a huge star's position in a Vegas show that just opened," she told MTV News at the "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" premiere. "And coming with me will be reality-show cameras, of course ... I'm starting to film my reality show, hopefully coming out in October."
The show, which [article id="1610291"]she has described[/article] as a "docu-soap about me taking the stage again and of my own life," will follow O'Day as she hits the stage in Vegas. "The [Vegas] show is a musical," the [article id="1590984"]former "Hairspray" star[/article] said. "And a man that choreographed 'Hairspray' when I was on Broadway, Jerry Mitchell — he's produced this musical."
She didn't specify which musical, but did say, "I have big shoes to fill. There's been an amazing cast so far and the show's beautiful and I'm really excited. It's something new that I haven't done before."
In April, there were rumors that O'Day would be taking over the "Shot at Love" dating-show franchise, but she was quick to dismiss them. "I didn't feel it was the right fit for me, 'cause I'm an artist first," she said. "Although I have fun at events and stuff, it's not really at all who I am as an artist."