Where Are They Now? Now Defunct “Making The Band” Groups: Da Band and Danity Kane
The soprano with arguably the smoothest vocal talents of the group, Fimbres was the first member to be brought into the house. She went through mad drama throughout the show, including having to deal with a sheisty boyfriend and catching hell from the “den mother” of their home, Jason. Add to the fact that even though she and fellow member Aubrey O’Day started off as damn near sisters, by the end of the show, O’Day’s decisions to be involved in too many extracurricular activities put a rift between the women. Near the end of the show, Fimbres and Dawn Richard tried to stick around to see if another group could be formed with their talents, but in the end, she was released from her contract with Bad Boy. Since then, she released music online, and even patched things up enough with O’Day to appear both on a track called “Ego Trip” with her, but to also make an appearance on O’Day’s reality show. But at the end of her guest appearance, she claimed she wanted to be done with the music business altogether. Despite that statement, Fimbres started touring with a Latin/R&B/Soul group called Soto in 2010, and became executive producer of a reality competition show called “Next Big Thing Talent Show” this year.