Aubrey O’Day Wants to be Taken Seriously Now

March 13, 2012 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

In Aubrey O’Day’s recent interview with Huffpost Celebrity, she would have you believe that not only is she a serious businesswoman, but also the producers of her latest debacle, Celebrity Apprentice, actually altered their show plans to acquiesce her:

I literally have been underestimated my entire career,” she told The Huffington Post. “I think ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ has roles they want to fit people in and I was the sexy Playboy bunny role. A lot of people were surprised that I would be more than that and they had to restructure what to do with the show because of that.

She then goes on to mention Playboy three more times before moving on to her stunning business acumen.

I didn’t want Playboy to be my biggest achievement in life,” she said. “I asked them to use my two platinum albums … I don’t regret doing Playboy. I loved doing Playboy as much as I loved [doing] Broadway. I just don’t want it to be all anyone talks about.

Everyone knows the best way to change your slutty reputation is to publicly mention it multiple times on the internet, right? Anyway, let’s wind the clock back for a moment and look at her origin story. She started her journey to the public spotlight by dropping out of college and competing on the curiously titled ‘Making The Band 3.’ After essentially ruining that “band”, she pretended to be a lesbian for a while, then tank a reality show, pose for Playboy and ultimately land on Celebrity Apprentice. You know now that I’m looking at this chronologically, she could have done way worse. I suddenly don’t feel so bad about making this random gallery of appearances she’s made with her tits hanging out all over the place.

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