Danity Kane will open Christina Aguilera’s tour; three of them were injured in a car accident

All members of Danity Kane except D. Woods were in a car crash in Ohio last Thursday, but are now okay.

According to MTV, “the group members — minus D. Woods, who caught a later flight to Toledo — had just wrapped up an appearance at the 92.5 KISS-FM radio studio. They were heading to their performance at Headliners when the left side of their black Lincoln Town Car was struck by another vehicle at an intersection.” They were taken to a hospital and “were treated and released.”

Previously, the group received good news: Along with The Pussycat Dolls, Danity Kane will be opening for Christina Aguilera during her United States tour dates. That “41-date North American jaunt kicks off February 20 in Houston, and wraps May 5 in Sunrise, Florida,” according to MTV News.

Four Members Of Diddy’s Danity Kane Involved In Ohio Car Crash and Christina Aguilera’s Heading Back On Tour For 41 North American Dates [MTV News]

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