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X Factor star Matt Terry to make appearance in Bromley

PUBLISHED: 12:39 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:39 21 November 2017

The 24-year-old singer was born in Bromley

The 24-year-old singer was born in Bromley

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The 24-year-old singer will be signing copies of his debut album, Trouble

Fans of X Factor star Matt Terry will have the chance to meet him in his home town of Bromley next week.

The 24-year-old singer and winner of the ITV talent competition in 2016 will be signing copies of his debut album, Trouble, at HMV Bromley on Monday November 27 at 5pm.

Access to the signing will be limited to 300 wristband holders. Wristbands can be obtained by pre-ordering or purchasing the album, which includes the single Sucker For You and will be released on Friday November 24, from HMV Bromley.

Terry was born in Bromley and attended the D&B Academy of Performing Arts before auditioning for the thirteenth series of X Factor with a cover of Ben E King’s Stand By Me.

After winning the competition in December 2016 he went on to release the single When Christmas Comes Around, written by Ed Sheeran.

For more information on Monday’s event visit www.hmv.com/hmvlive/matt-terry.

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