Danity Kane Reunion Album On The Way? Girl Group Hits Recording Studio With Producers The Freshm3n [PHOTOS]

  @TreyeGreen t.green@ibtimes.com on July 25 2013 9:58 AM

It looks like the girls of Danity Kane may be getting ready to dust off their eight counts and warm up those harmonies.

The Freshm3n -- a team of producers who've worked on tracks like Chris Brown's new single "Love More" --  posted an Instagram photo of a recording session with four of the five-member girl group on July 24.

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"Fun session with Danity Kane. They're dope!" read the caption. 

Though D. Woods was again absent from this get-together, Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard, Aubrey O'Day and Aundrea Fimbres appeared glowing and studio ready. 

Fimbres added to the reunion guessing game late Wednesday night, posting her own Instagram photo of four pairs of heels with the caption: "In a happy place :)"

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Richard recently shared with the International Business Times that a DK reunion could definitely be in the future following the massive amount of excitement that surrounded a May lunch outing with her, Bex, Fimbres and O'Day. 

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"We trended a whole day. It was incredible to see," she 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."

It still remains to be seen if D. Woods will rejoin the crew. But after a four-year absence following their 2009 breakup, the group's eager fans don't seem to be too shaken about the minor lineup change.

Before being disbanded, the girls scored two No. 1 albums with their self-titled debut in 2006 and "Welcome to the Dollhouse" in 2008. Both albums were certified platinum. 

So let's jingle our keys in hope that this new snap is a sign of things to come. I mean, who isn't ready for a little more show-stopping from the talented ladies?

Watch video footage from Danity Kane's lunch outing in May below: 

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