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Update Regarding Ally Brooke’s Upcoming “TRL” Appearance

Ally Brooke is no longer listed for the February 21 “TRL.”

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Update: Last week, the 1iota ticketing website announced that Ally Brooke would be appearing on the February 21 edition of “TRL.”

It subsequently revealed that she would be joined by her “Perfect” collaborator Topic on the episode.

It has has since removed both acts from the listing.

As of press time at 10PM ET Tuesday, 1iota is advertising Angourie Rice and Debby Ryan as the guests for the February 21 “TRL.”

It is unclear whether their removal was due to a glitch — or if the Ally Brooke and Topic appearance has indeed been postponed.
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This past October, Fifth Harmony appeared on MTV’s “TRL.”

Later this month, one of the group’s members will make a solo appearance on the show.

According to the 1iota ticketing website, Ally Brooke will visit “TRL” on February 21.

Ally Brooke, who recently joined forces with Topic on the song “Perfect,” is currently the only guest listed for the episode.

Other upcoming “TRL” guests include Other upcoming “TRL” guests include Lauv (February 7), the stars of “The 15:17 To Paris” (February 7), Amara La Negra (February 7), Steve Aoki (February 8), Ravyn Lenae (February 8), Bea Miller (February 12), Rich Homie Quan (February 13), Rowan Blanchard (February 13), Tyga (February 14), Lil Skies (February 15), Francia Raisa (February 15), Ludacris (February 20), and Lonnie Chavis (February 26).

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