Danity Kane Killed Their Comeback Concert With A New Song And 'Wrecking Ball' Cover


Danity Kane slow it down during their comeback concert in Los Angeles.

It's official: Danity Kane is back! Last night, four months after Aubrey O’DayDawn RichardShannon Bex and Aundrea Fimbres announced their reunion during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, the reinvented group held their first concert since breaking up in 2009, and judging by their fans' rabid screams in these videos from the House of Blues show in L.A., the ladies tore it down. Think Diddy was around to see the resurrection in all its glory? DOUBTFUL.

After opening with classic hits "Ride For You" and "Sleep On It," the girls experimented with some covers, including an acoustic version of Miley Cyrus' hugely popular "Wrecking Ball," and finally closed with their famous dance jam, "Damaged." Plus, according to Rap-Up.com, DK unveiled a new track called "All in a Day's Work," which O'Day described as being about "bitches that make it look easy." She and her bandmates might have gotten a makeover, but we're glad to hear they haven't changed that much!

+ Check out some of the performances from the show, and tell us what you think of DK 2.0!

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