"O'Day had it all -- fame, glamour, talent and an entourage," Oxygen said in a news release. "But her sassiness got the best of her and she was ultimately fired in the most shocking way -- on national TV during an episode of 'Making the Band' -- by her demanding boss, Diddy. Now O'Day is ready to make a comeback and stake her claim in the industry. And once again, she plans to do it with the whole world watching. But this time it's going to be different ! it's going to be on her terms."
"Young women have watched the ups and downs of Aubrey through the years and they continue to cheer her on," Introcaso-Davis said in a statement. "We're excited to deliver her story as she battles the issues that resonate with our audience -- from self-doubt and body image, to an intense desire for success and redemption."