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Ex-KARA Member Nicole Jung Poised to Make Solo Comeback in October, Under Negotiations with B2M Entertainment


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Those who missed Nicole Jung (formerly from KARA) will only have to wait a little more until they see the singer make her solo comeback this October. According to several entertainment sources, Nicole will soon be making her solo debut under B2M Entertainment as previously speculated. Currently, Nicole is said to be in the final stages of preparing for her solo comeback with her vocal and dance practice for her debut track almost done. Nicole's debut track is said to have a performance appeal that would dub her as "the second Lee Hyori." As Nicole will be making her debut under B2M Entertainment which is represented by her former manager, many are expecting good results. Under B2M Entertainment, insiders also foresee Nicole following the same career path as Lee Hyori who has also left her group Fin.K.L and consequently, DSP Media, after expressing her desire to be a solo artist. Nicole has made her debut as a KARA member in 2007 and has decided not to renew her contract with DSP Entertainment in January 2014 and consequently left the group. Nicole then left for the US to take a break and undergo dance training. Nicole will be joining other B2M Entertainment artists such as the pop diva Lee Hyori, SS501's Heo Young Saeng and Kim Kyu Jong, girl group Spica, and Eric Nam. [UPDATE as of September 25, 10:30 a.m. KST] B2M Entertainment: "Nicole Isn't Signed With Us Yet" B2M Entertainment has clarified that Nicole hasn't signed a contract under their company yet. "Although it is correct that she is looking through (the details) positively, there isn't any contract signed as of yet," said B2M Entertainment's representative. On September 25, B2M Entertainment's representative said to Star News, "We confirm that there was a proposal (to our company) from Nicole's side to try and work together. But we haven't finalized any contract yet." "Both sides are looking positively into Nicole's (debut) and contract and it seems like we will reach agreeable terms that will satisfy the various conditions set by both camps," added B2M Entertainment's Gil Jong Hwa. "I have looked over Nicole since she was a trainee and I know very well her potential. Nicole's side aims for a comeback on October but I think we need to finalize the contract (with B2M Entertainment) before we can support her," added B2M Entertainment's Gil Jong Hwa.

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