They also explained how their band name is a blow-to-the-gut of the music industry, as a commentary on previous roles they were forced to play! Check out part 1 of our interview (above) and preorder their album HERE!
If you want more, check out part 2 (below) to hear how the girls have moved on from their DK days, and how their fans have stood by them! Also, see if they think Making The Band would have the same success on TV today:
Aubrey O'Day and Shannon Bex may be making beautiful music together as the duo dumblonde, but it looks like they're getting back to their roots with a brand new reality TV series as well!
We sat down with the former Danity Kane singers on Tuesday to chat about their new musical endeavor when they dropped the hint to us exclusively that they actually just signed the deal to star in their own show.
The currently unnamed docu-series will follow Aubrey and Shannon as they try to take the music industry by storm as dumblonde, but we don't know much more than that as of yet.
We have a feeling this project is going to be epic, because Aubrey and Shannon are no strangers to reality television — both ladies got their start on Diddy's Making the Band, while Aubrey has starred in a bunch of additional shows like All About Aubrey, Celebrity Apprentice, Dance Moms, and Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars!
Plus, make sure to get dumblonde's self-titled debut album when it drops September 25, available for pre-order HERE!
Ch-ch-check out our exclusive interview with Aubrey & Shannon (above) and stay tuned for more from our sit-down!!!
He reportedly was busted for minor in possession of alcohol in 2001 (when he was 19-20 years old), for unlawful use of a license in 2002, and seven times for speeding between 2000-2012. He was even charged with leaving the scene of an accident once before in 2002, but that was later amended.
But those violations pale in comparison to the bust that could damn him to a murder charge. As we previously reported, he's already been busted for a DUI (though it was called an OWI in Iowa) back in 2005. He got 60 days in jail, a year probation, and a fine of $500.
Doesn't seem like much of a penalty to us. But it could change everything for him now. Legal expert Troy Slaten explained to E! News why: