A Danity Kane reunion could be in the works after a picture of the girl group in a recording studio went viral.
On Wednesday night, four members of the five girl group--Shannon Bex, AuBrey O'Day, Dawn Richard and Andrea Fimbres were spotted in the studio with Freshman 3, producers of Chris Brown's latest hit-single, Love More.
D. Woods was not pictured in the photo.
The studio was reportedly the same place the women recorded their sophomore platinum album, Welcome To Dollhouse.
Reality star O'Day also tweeted a photo of the group's platinum plaque hanging on the wall.
"Ran into this at the studio tonight," she wrote Wednesday.
Richard recently said that a Danity Kane reunion could definitely be in the near future, after she, Bex, O'Day and Fimbres were followed by TMZ photographers during a lunch date.
"We trended a whole day. It was incredible to see," Richard said. "We went to lunch and people were trying to give us deals that day. When you see something like that you can't ignore it... the possibilities are endless now."
Danity Kane fell apart in 2009 after Diddy kicked O'Day out the group following a few on-camera fights on their reality show Making The Band, and supposedly favoring Richard, whom he was molding for a solo career.
In a MySpace post at the time, O'Day blogged about her departure from Danity Kane, wishing nothing but the best for the girls.
"I will forever be blessed to have had that experience," O'Day wrote. "Each one of those girls is a talent to be reckoned with ... and beyond pure talent, which I hands down experienced on a daily basis from each girl, each girl really did want to be a role model and change the world in their own little way."
During a 2009 interview with Hollyscoop, Woods, 28, opened up about the group coming to end, saying it was the only way to resolve their "outstanding issues."
"I know that I did my very best in the situation ... I provided us with choreographers, with management, song writing, and everything that I could. But if your services are not being appreciated, you gotta take it elsewhere," Woods said.