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Wanita 'D. Woods' Woodgett: Now

After being fired from Danity Kane, Wanita "D. Woods" Woodgett founded her own label, Woodgrane Entertainment, where she works with her writing team, The Girls Club. As a solo artist, Woodgett, 30, has released a mixtape, "Lady in the Street," and an iTunes single, "Legalize Me" (2009), and an EP entitled "My Favorite Color" in 2012. Even though her dismissal from Danity Kane was a factor in the group falling apart, her bonds with former bandmates remain tight, as she told MTV: "The relationships that I had with the girls are basically the same. I'm closest with Aubrey. We talk the most." Despite this, she will not reunite with Danity Kane.

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