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Madelaine Petsch From Riverdale Is Coming To Ottawa

Also known as Cheryl Blossom.
Madelaine Petsch From Riverdale Is Coming To Ottawa

If you've ever wanted to ask Cheryl Blossom who killed her brother, now is your chance. Although I'm sure she won't answer, it's worth a try.

Madelaine Petsch, who plays the privileged teenager Cheryl Blossom in Riverdale, is coming to Ottawa. Now, she's not just coming to tour the city for fun. She'll be here for Ottawa Comiccon and she won't be coming alone.

Also on the guest list is Matthew Lewis, also known as Neville Longbottom from Harry Potter. And we say no one cool ever comes to Ottawa! Other stars attending are Peter Capaldi from Doctor Who, Adam West from Batman and Family Guy, Clare Kramer from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and so many people from the original Degrassi High.

This is something you for sure don't want to miss. What if she brings along Jughead for a surprise? Or she brings her real life friends Betty and Veronica with her? You never know.

Ottawa Comiccon is on from May 12th to May 14th at the EY Centre. Tickets are still on sale, and you can find more information about them here.

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