I, for one, have no idea what Danity Kane even means. It sounds like cat food, NOT something you'd want to name a pop group. Their first single is something horrid. The show mainly focused on finding girls that could sing, (and trust me, some of these girls sing well) but Show Stoppin' doesn't even display any of their decent talent.
I'm sure their parents aren't proud either. They're like Britney Spears. They claim to be clean and "good girls", but they prance around on screen with barely anything on.
In conclusion, if you like PCD then you'll absolutely adore Danity Kane. Good luck in life.
Tween 2: FOR REAL, THEY'RE MY ROLE MODELS
Decent tween: You do realize that the sublimal message behind this show is that in order to be successful you need to be hot, right? And why do you idolize girls who "sing" about how cool being a pimpette is?
Tween 1: Whatever, I just listen to whatever everyone else is listening to so I can fit in.
We live in a human WASTELAND.
The quintet’s second single “Ride For You” is a mid-tempo ballad which features three of the five members each with their own solo verse: the first belongs to Aundrea Fimbres, the second to Dawn Richard, and the third to Wanita (D. Woods) Woodgett. The names of the remaining two are irrelevant as they apparently contribute little/or are permitted to contribute little, either way it’s minimal, to the group. The most memorable of the verses include “I was kicked off my part and squeezed onto the bridge, but I sang half of the cd as we recorded it, they say we have no lead singers” and “Diddy is a howmanyburgersistoomanyologist and the diagnosis is that I’m just one away, I can’t eat another ‘ger if I want to stay, why don’t you just straight out call me fat”. Initially stations were reluctant to play the record, but it is steadily gaining radio adds and spins as djs realize its high relatability, similar to the slow building popular...
A group who doesn't lip sync, unlike Girlicious