Aundrea Fimbres is planning to make a return to the music scene with a band…
The 30-year-old Mexican American singer will reunite with her former Danity Kane members to make an appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.
“DANITY KANE is officially BACK! @danitykane #vmas2013 #Rage,” fellow member Aubrey O’Day tweeted along with the group’s new promo photo.
There’s no official word on whether Fimbres and her fellow all-girl group mates Shannon Bex, O’Day and Dawn Richard will perform at the awards show. Fifth member D. Woods will not be joining them.
Danity Kane officially announced their return with a new promo picture posted to their website at midnight on Sunday, August 25. The girls also confirmed their appearance at the 2013 MTV VMAs as well.
Fimbres, Bex, O’Day and Richard were hand-selected to form Danity Kane by Sean Combs during the third season of MTV’s Making the Band back in 2005.
The group released their self-titled debut album in 2006 and notched two hits, “Show Stopper” and “Ride for You.”
The girls’ second album, Welcome to the Dollhouse, was released in 2008 and gave them another hit single, “Damaged.”
Danity Kane would go on to become the first female group in Billboard history to have their first two albums open at the top of the charts.
The group’s break up was confirmed in January 2009.