What Happened To D. Woods From Danity Kane?

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Former Danity Kane member, Wanita "D. Woods" Woodgett, has been making her own moves over the years. In 2008, Sean "Diddy" Combs fired Woods and bandmate Aubrey O'Day after the two women allegedly got into an altercation with the hip hop mogul, according to The Grio.

Shortly after the two women left the group, the remaining members — Dawn Richard, Shannon Bex, and ‎Aundrea Fimbres — disbanded. But you know the old adage, "A setback is only the set-up for the come-up" and that seemed to be the case for Woods.  

"You know, it was a fight, the whole experience was definitely a fight," Woods told The Grio in a March 2020 interview. "I can definitely say that I'm proud of myself for fighting through. I'm proud of myself for not compromising myself. I was surprised a lot in the process because I had done so much to be prepared for this moment."

As of February 2021, Woods is an active singer, dancer, and actress. According to her website, the New York University graduate launched her own record label, WoodGrane Entertainment, in 2009. That same year, she performed the national anthem for the 2009 NBA Eastern Conference Final and the pre-Grammy Awards Roots Jam Session. 

In 2011, the California native released her first EP titled The Gray Area, which was shortlisted in five categories for the 54th Grammy nomination ballots. The following year, she released her single "2 The Bottom."

D. Wood's released a new single titled "Call it Quits"

D. Woods released her latest single "Call It Quits" in 2020, which is currently available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and SoundCloud

When she's is not in the recording studio, Woods is on the stage fine-tuning her thespian skills. The star has been featured in theatrical plays such as Ain't Misbehavin', Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre Company's Shaking the Rafters, Rebirth The Musical with actress Lynn Whitfield, and A Mother's Love with Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kandi Burruss

Her movie roles include Will Packer's Stomp the Yard, We Are Family, Douglas U, and BlackBird. In February 2020, Woods also starred in a show called Stuck With You, in which she portrays a love-struck assistant to a famous woman who is pretending that her dysfunctional relationship is ideal. 

Woods told The Grio, "I started acting as a very young child. I started my first professional theater experience when I was 5-years-old." 

As some fans may recall, Woods' background is in theater and dance, so when she's not singing or acting, she practices self-care through modern contemporary dance and ballet. She occasionally shares videos of her dance performances to her Instagram for her 69,000 followers.