Soon to Comeback Idol Groups Try to Avoid the Same Day as T-ARA's Comeback
By Staff Writer | August 02, 2012 08:10 AM EDT
With T-ARA's issue going around, many other idol groups are trying to avoid coming back on the same day as T-ARA's comeback with "Sexy Love."
After Hwayoung's dismissal on July 30, the agency also announced that their comeback stage date would not change. After the announcement, many idol groups tried to avoid overlapping with T-ARA's date.
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T-ARA's new song is set to release on August 14, but they are not sure of the exact date of their comeback stage performance. They have also pushed back their solo concert which was originally set for August 11. Idol groups that have been planning their comebacks for August and September are quickly trying to find out when T-ARA will be coming back.
One idol group official stated, "If T-ARA's comeback is pushed back even a little bit, it could overlap with our group's performance. I think it would be wise not to overlap with T-ARA. It is best to stay far away from T-ARA as of right now."
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