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T-ARA, Will They Be Able To Regain Their Status?

By Staff Writer | September 09, 2012 04:58 AM EDT


T-ARA, a group still rebounding from their setback, came back with a new song.

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On Saturday's MBC "Music Core," T-ARA came back with their new title song, "Sexy Love."

They wore outfits that made them appear like living dolls. Their performance was perfect, including their precise robot dance. Then, they changed into sailor outfits, which showed off their more cute side. 

However, most of the T-Ara fans are known to have left their side, creating anti-T-ARA clubs and expressing their anger as a result of the bullying controversy. It's a question whether they will come back to their group and support them. 

At one point, their new music video reached 40,000 views but it's still not certain whether they'll be able to return to their crown.

Photo Credit: MBC

Tagged :  T-ARA, Sexy Love, Music Core

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