IS DANITY KANE DAMAGED BEYOND REPAIR? FIND OUT ON OCTOBER 14TH AT 9PM ET/PT IN THE LIVE “MAKING THE BAND 4” SPECIAL
“Making The Band 4” Season Finale to air Tuesday, October 7th at 9pm ET/PT
Is Danity Kane still a group? Does Diddy actually ax a DK member? These burning questions are revealed in a live “Making the Band 4” Special on Tuesday, October 14th at 9pm ET/PT. Hosted by MTV News correspondent Sway from the Times Square studio, Diddy will give viewers the low down on what really happened when he confronts his platinum recording artists about dissention in the group. Viewers will have face time with Danity Kane when they give their version of the drama that unfolds; and talk about the rumors that have been floating around for weeks questioning the actual state of the group.
Viewers will be left stunned after the cliffhanger in tomorrow night’s “Making The Band 4” season finale. They will experience career highs with Danity Kane, Day26 and Donnie Klang after their successful promotional tour. Fans will get to share in Donnie Klang’s release of his very first album JUST A ROLLING STONE. Then go on a much needed vacation with Danity Kane and Day26 when Diddy rewards them with a trip to Cabo San Lucas. But nothing will prepare them for the turmoil that unfolds in this drama filled episode. All the details will be revealed in the live special on October 14th when fans get an exclusive of never before seen footage from the dramatic meeting with Diddy and Danity Kane. In the live special viewers and fans will find out if there has really been a cut and if MTV’s favorite girl group stays in-tact.
Sean “Diddy” Combs, Ted Iredell and Perry Dance serve as executive producers. Jacquelyn French is the MTV executive overseeing ‘The Making The Band’ franchise. Francesca Spero is Producer for Bad Boy Entertainment.
SEAN COMBS, the CEO and founder of Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group is a multifaceted entertainment powerhouse. Sean “Diddy” Combs was recently declared “One of the Most Influential Businessmen in the World” by Time Magazine and CNN. Combs, 38 oversees one of the world’s preeminent urban entertainment companies, encompassing a broad range of businesses including recording, music publishing, artist management, television and film production, recording facility, apparel and restaurants.
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