Aubrey O'Day – and Her Dogs! – Fly First Class

06/27/2012 at 07:00 AM EDT

Aubrey O'Day – and Her Dogs! – Fly First Class
Aubrey O'Day with dogs Ginger (pink) and Marryann (purple)
Courtesy Aubrey O'Day
Leave it to Aubrey O'Day to take the first class cabin to the dogs.

The former lead singer of girl group Danity Kane (and recent Celebrity Apprentice contestant) took off to make her annual appearance at San Francisco's Gay Pride Parade this weekend, and she brought her dogs along to sit in the lap of luxury.

"Flying in style!" she Tweeted" on Saturday, showing off a photo of dogs Ginger and Marryann sitting on white leather seats on their Virgin America flight. "Mary is gonna get all the bitches in first class!"

Marryann, a male dog, wore his fur dyed in "signature" purple, while Ginger stuck to her trademark pink. They took turns looking out the window and indulged in the gourmet offerings on the in-flight menu (Marryann particularly enjoyed the veggie wrap).



"I want my dogs to have the best life possible," O'Day wrote," so I show them the world!"

As for how the dogs were allowed on the flight, a Virgin America rep told TMZ the pets are registered emotional support animals (O'Day also rode on the Virgin America float in the parade).

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Looking out on the friendly skies

Courtesy Aubrey O'Day



Aubrey O'Day – and Her Dogs! – Fly First Class| Danity Kane, Stars and Pets, Dogs, Pet Pampering

Marryann "going HAM on his veggie wrap!"

Courtesy Aubrey O'Day





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