Danity Kane Take On Miley Cyrus At Reunion Show And 'Make It Look Easy'

DK reunite onstage in L.A. and declare 'WE. ARE. BACK.'

They're back! Danity Kane took the stage for the first time in five years Monday night in Los Angeles after announcing their reunion at the VMAS back in August.

The reunited group (now a foursome) hit the stage at the House of Blues in the City of Angels to perform a handful of their tracks, including "Show Stopper," "Want It," "Poetry" and "Damaged," which, according to Rap-Up, closed out the big comeback set. They even surprised fans with a brand-new track titled "All in a Day's Work."

"It's about bitches that make it look easy," the group's resident bad girl, Aubrey O'Day, told the crowd about the up-tempo anthem. She noted that the group felt it was the right introduction to what their new music sounds like.

In addition to playing their own tunes, new and old, they also covered a number of songs including Madonna's "Like A Virgin," Prince's "I Would Die 4 U" and Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball." The ladies let their harmonies and big voices shine for their cover of Cyrus' 2013 hit of Bangerz.

And on the same night they performed together again, the group had an online message for fans who watched them dramatically close a chapter on DK back in 2009. "WE. ARE. BACK."

The girls first sparked breakup rumors in January '09 after Dawn Richard declared the group "over." Later that summer, they would confirm the news on the "Making the Band 4" finale.

Four years later, the group now consists of O'Day and Richard as well as Shannon Bex and Aundrea Fimbres. Fifth member, D. Woods, is not a part of the reunion.

"We're grown. We're over it. We want to make great music for the fans who have been asking for us," Richard told MTV News in August."You don't get that kind of fanbase and we're lucky to get them. We just want to make great music and give them something they've never seen from us before."

With their first live show out of the way, the ladies are prepping an album, their follow-up to 2008's Welcome to the Dollhouse. "The growth that we've had, it's amazing being in the studio with these girls. We haven't missed a beat, but the growth is incredible," Bex shared at the time. "The music is going to be completely different from what you're expecting."