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iVillage.com: Girl Groups: Then and Now!

Wanita 'D. Woods' Woodgett: Now

After being fired from Danity Kane, Wanita "D. Woods" Woodgett (pictured on June 24, 2011) founded her own label, Woodgrane Entertainment, where she works with her writing team, The Girls Club. As a solo artist, Woodgett, 27, has released a mixtape, "Lady in the Street," and an iTunes single, "Legalize Me" (2009), and plans to debut a web series of performance videos this year. 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."

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