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Former 2NE1 member MINZY to grace the opening of #UAAPSeason81!

Yes, you read it right!

After we reported about the possibility of a K-Pop act to come and rock UAAP Season 81 opening, it is now confirmed that the said K-Pop act is going to be the former 2NE1 member and now solo artist MINZY, as promoter PULP Live World announced Monday evening.

The video below was posted by Happee Sy, also from PULP Live World, showed MINZY and her video message prior to the event.

Tickets for the event are now available through SM Tickets, however, there will be a limited ticket sale on Thursday, 10:00 AM.

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This announcement could have finally confirmed that the appearance of MOMOLAND is already scrapped and is going to be replaced by MINZY.

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