JoJo Siwa who was born Joelle Joanie “JoJo” Siwa is an American singer, dancer, actress, reality television personality, and YouTuber. She is popular for her appearances in two seasons of the reality television show “Dance Moms” in which she appeared with her mother Jessalynn Siwa.
What Is the Net Worth of Jojo Siwa?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, JoJo Siwa has an estimated net worth of $20 million as of February 2022. She has a YouTube channel named “It’s JoJo Siwa” in which she publishes videos related to her daily life and she has nearly 12 million subscribers on her channel.
Siwa has been named in Time’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2020.
Siwa was born on May 19, 2003, in Omaha, Nebraska. She is the youngest child of Jessalynn Siwa and Tom Siwa. Her mother is a dance instructor professionally. She has one elder brother, Jayden Siwa.
From August 2020 through November 2020, Siwa was in a relationship with TikTok star Mark Bontempo. Last year, she turned out as being a part of the LGBTQ+ community on social media platforms.
After that, she was asked by her fans about her label to which she responded by saying she doesn’t label her sexuality as she actually does not know the answer. Last year, in February, Siwa confirmed that she was in a relationship with Kylie Prew, her best friend.
Later, she said Technically I would say that I am pansexual, because that’s how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human.” Siwa also revealed in the same interview that she utilizes the words such as “gay” or “queer”.
She announced her break up with Prew following nine-month together last year in November.
Siwa began her career as a top-5 finalist and she was also the youngest participant in season two of Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition with Abby Lee Miller serving as the producer of “Of dance Moms”.
She participated in the show along with her mom and was evicted in the ninth week. Shortly after elimination, she started appearing on Dance Moms, starting with giving auditions for Miller’s “ALDC” dance competition team in 2014 and getting selected for the team at the beginning of 2015.
She launched “Boomerang” for download in May 2016 and an earlier single titled “I Can Make U Dance.” “Boomerang” articulates the matter related to online bullying.
There is a viewership of over 900 million in its video with more than 2.5 million likes. She was announced as the Breakout Artist of the Year by Vivid Seats in 2018.
Siwa made the announcement in 2018 that she will be heading off for her first significant concert tour in 2019, entitled D.R.E.A.M. The Tour. She was expected to be visiting a range of theaters, outdoor amphitheaters and stadiums, and also indoor stadiums in 52 cities around the U.S. and Canada.
In addition to that, the rest of the performances would be held in the U.K. and Australia. On May 17, the tour was slated to start in Phoenix, Arizona. On June 26, the first destination of the tour was slated to wrap in Austin, Texas, prior to recommencing for the second leg in Orlando, Florida on July 10.
The last date of the second leg is slated to be on August 20 in Vancouver, Canada. Along with becoming one of the most influential people, she was included on Fast Company’s Queer 50 list last year.
Siwa partnered with fashion accessories and jewelry company Claire’s and launched a series of hair bows in 2016.
The line of hair bows, were inspired by the hairbows Siwa is popular herself for putting on, tasted specific success amongst primary school pupils in the U.k., and there a number of schools aimed for prohibiting them for many reasons, among which some includes peer pressure, leading disturbances from work, the loss of pupils’ focus, and prohibition of school dress policies.
As a result of the popularity that bows gathered, similar bows were started selling in some of the stores. In 2017, she said that her bows were a “symbol of power, confidence, believing-ness.”
Later, Siwa released a number of accessories, bedroom décor, a doll that resembled her, and also launched many books focusing on young children in collaboration with the American department store J. C. Penney.
A warning was issued by FDA in June 2019, on hazardous levels of asbestos in a JoJo Siwa-branded cosmetics kit and that led Claire’s recall the product.
In 2017, Siwa signed with Nickelodeon, and appeared in the movie titled Blurt! alongside Jace Norman and the show Lip Sync Battle Shorties with Nick Cannon. Later, Siwa participated in the third season of The Masked Singer as “T-Rex”.
She became the youngest contestant to feature on the show when she was 16 until Honey Boo Boo performed as one half of “Beach Ball” in the sixth season. In the 2020 video game Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix, she was featured as a playable character.
Last year in January, Spin Master developed a card game titled “JoJo’s Juice”, which had questions related to nudity and robbery, in spite of being promoted toward children at the age of 6 and above.
Later, she issued an apology and said that she wasn’t engaged in the content development of the game and then the game was taken off from the shelves of all toy stores.
She participated in Dancing with the Stars Season 30, where she was part of the first same-sex dancing collaboration in the history of the show. Eventually, she along with her partner, Jenna Johnson, were placed second.
General Mills began the production of breakfast cereal in 2021 named JoJo Siwa Strawberry Bop, with Siwa particularly portrayed over the box. The cereal has strawberry-flavored sweetened corn puffs with marshmallows shaped like yellow and white stars, pink bows, and blue hearts.
Awards and Recognition
She won an award in 2017 at Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards for Favorite Viral Music Artist The subsequent year she won for Favorite Musical YouTube Creator. In 2020, she won two awards for Favorite Social Music Star.
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