Fifth Harmony ally Brooke says she’s a virgin and ‘runs away’ until marriage

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Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke has revealed that she is waiting for marriage to have sex for the first time.The proud performer, 27, admitted she holds her morals and values ​​incredibly close to her heart and revealed that just because she’s a virgin doesn’t mean she can’t date men.

Brunette beauty Ally opened up about her decision to save herself until marriage during a candid interview with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn on the Hollywood Raw podcast.

The American singer has insisted that she is proud to say that she is a virgin because she believes that saving herself for marriage is a sacred matter.

Ally explained, “I opened in my book about saving myself for marriage.



Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke revealed she is waiting for marriage to have sex for the first time

“I had the courage to share this. This is something close to my heart. And I still want to this day.

The Work From Home hitmaker admitted that to some her choices may seem strange – but for her, it’s an important part of her growth as a woman.

She insisted, “I was really happy to be able to share this with my fans and readers and show them the choice I made. And ask them to receive it as they wish. Letting my true heart shine was the goal of this book.



Ally rose to fame as a member of Fifth Harmony

When it comes to the dating game, Ally has learned to be honest about her intentions early on when she first speaks to a man.

The singer explained that a potential romantic partner may either “respect her choices or not,” but that she is unwilling to settle for less than she deserves.

Ally, who is currently in a relationship with her manager Will Bracey, has revealed that being a virgin hasn’t been a problem in her past romances and that she doesn’t see it being a problem in the future.



Ally insisted the girl group’s music never had an impact on her religious beliefs

“Everyone respected him, which is great,” she revealed.

Ally enjoyed phenomenal worldwide success in Fifth Harmony for six whirlwind years from 2012 to 2018.

Despite their scorching music videos and barely present stage outfits, Ally insisted the girl group’s music never had an impact on her religious beliefs.

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