Shannon, Aundrea, Dawn, Aubrey, and D.Woods. CGG
Show stoppers Danity Kane  took ZVillage by storm in their gorgeous getups as they batted their long lashes and signed autographs for their fans. The Diddy creation later stormed onto Zootopia, singing and dancing to hit after hit.
We thought the temperature in the stadium had gone up about 20 degrees as the dashing divas came out. There was fire. Enough said.
CGG was thrilled to catch up with the girls to find out where they put their energy when they’re not performing stadium tours.
CGG: What are each of you passionate about?
Shannon: Something I’m starting to get involved in is equestrian therapy, you know where they have disabled children or mentally challenged children and they use horses as a therapeutic way of reaching them.
Aundrea: Actually my mom worked with disabled kids, like children with Autism, so I’m definitely involved in that.
Dawn: I actually have a charity that I’m building in New Orleans, Louisiana, it’s called Dream Big Cares, and it’s dealing with housing for people that have experienced natural disasters, and we’re coinciding with Survival Foundation, which is Destiny’s Child’s foundation, and they’re based in Houston and we’ll be based in New Orleans, LA, so it’s called Dream Big Cares and I’m really excited about it.
Aubrey: I have my own charity called FAN, it stands for Fight AIDS Now, and it targets AIDS education internationally and nationally. Now we’re coming over in about a month. And I work with another charity called responsibilityonline, which goes into the dumps in Tijuana and rebuilds educational facilities for the kids.
D.Woods: Hi, I have an organization called Project Girls Club, and we’re all about inspiring young girls to go after their dreams and for self-esteem and giving them options like professional career options, education options. Right now we’re working with a group home for at-risk females ages about 15-20, and we get them into on school and scholarships and whatever they’re passionate about, so we’re working in conjunction with them.
D.Woods on stage. CGG
What advice do you have for kids to get involved in their communities?
Dawn: Basically anything helps, any little bit, you don’t have to start big. Whether it’s in your community or your home, it’s always good to just start caring about something. People always think that you have to go big, and that’s not necessarily the case. One small act can make a big change. So just get out there and support something, stand for something. Because if you don’t then you’ll fall for anything. That’s the thing, we all have very different beliefs and things that we tap into, but we all have our little bit that we put in and that starts somewhere. So just get out there and help.