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Music and television have long had an important relationship, dating back to even before Elvis Presley and The Beatles drove teens wild on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” One intriguing offspring of that relationship is the so-called “made-for-TV” band.
Some of those acts have even proven stunningly popular.
Take, for example, the Flight of the Conchords, the comedy duo of Bret Mc Kenzie and Jemaine Clement that saw their popularity mushroom when they starred as a fictionalized version of themselves on an HBO show.
The girl group reunited in August 2013, but has reportedly disbanded once more following a fight between Dawn Richard and Aubrey O'Day.
TMZ reports the group were in the studio Monday when Richard and O'Day got into a disagreement.
Danity Kane So much musical mediocrity came out of “Making the Band,” the reality TV show that debuted on ABC in 2000 and later moved to MTV.
Yet, there was a moment of hope on the third installment of the TV series, when Sean “Diddy” Combs embarked on a mission to form a “girl group.” The result was Danity Kane, which quickly went on to platinum heights.
Trivia: Legend has it that 103 cars were wrecked during the filming of “The Blues Brothers” — a world record at the time.
Where they are now: Since the death of Belushi in 1982, the Blues Brothers band has continued to perform in various incarnations.
The real musicians were assembled by Don Kirshner in 1968. Career highlight: “Sugar, Sugar” sold more than 6 million copies and ranked as the No.
1 song of 1969; it’s the only time a fictional band earned the top spot in Billboard’s annual Hot 100.
Richard reportedly punched O'Day in the head, and O'Day subsequently filed a battery report. "Sadness does not even remotely begin to describe what I feel right now," O'Day said in a statement.
Third member Shannon Bex, who unsuccessfully tried to break up the fight, said separately, "I now must walk away feeling used and manipulated." Danity Kane came to fame as a Diddy-produced group on MTV's finale in 2008, and the remaining members disbanded in 2009.
Trivia: The dog act Patty’s Prancing Poodles took first place in that talent competition.