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Fifth Harmony’s Ally Brooke Signs Solo Deal With Britney Spears’ Manager

Published: Tuesday 13th Mar 2018 by Sam

Fifth Harmony are pressing on as a collective, but that hasn’t stopped its members from plotting out solo moves too.

The latest to map out the next chapter of her narrative is Ally Brooke.

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In a statement to Variety, the 24-year-old revealed that she has signed a solo management deal with Maverick/ReignDeer Entertainment, home to Britney Spears, Pitbull, Aerosmith, and more.

Brooke will specifically be repped by Larry Rudolph (who also manages both Spears and 5H) together with William Bracey.

The deal encompasses all corners of the singer’s career.

Speaking on the partnership, Brooke said:

“Larry is family. I can’t think of anyone I trust more to take care of me and my vision. I now have the best of both worlds with Larry at the helm of Fifth Harmony, and Larry in my personal career!”

The news comes in the wake of member Normani‘s collaboration with Khalid and reported signing to RCA Records. It also follows reports of Lauren Jauregui inking a lucrative solo deal with Columbia.

All members assure fans that 5H is still going strong.

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  1. IKNOWTHETRUTH March 13, 2018

    I DON’T SEE IT FOR HER SOLO WISE. SHE HAS A BIG VOICE BUT IS A WEAK PERFORMER AND HER STAGE PRESENCE IS NOT THE BEST. BEAUTIFUL AND SWEET GIRL WHO NEEDS A PROPER IMAGE AND SOUND. SHE GIVES ME SPANISH LANGUAGE DEBUT ALBUM TEAS WITH A PAULA DEANDA TWIST.

  2. DanYiel Iman March 13, 2018

    I don’t know her sound!!

  3. SMH March 13, 2018

    Mess. I miss the days when girl groups were actually GROUPS. I f you have dreams of solo stardom, you have no business joining a group, only to break up over BS and end up going solo in the long run anyway. Its a waste of everyone’s time.

    • Superstar March 13, 2018

      @SMH – I totally agree.

    • Adrian March 13, 2018

      But everyone knew that from the beginning that this group was really in it for the opportunity. Which granted helped them built individual fan bases in the long run. So I don’t blame the hustle from each of them however you do have a point. Too bad the real groups like June’s Diary and Other girl groups have yet to really take off yet. But we’re stuck with fifth unison

    • jammy March 13, 2018

      But they auditioned as solo acts. They can’t help it that their only way to fame was via this group (goes for all 5 of them).

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