Joelle Joanie Siwa, better known by her stage name “JoJo,” was born on May 19, 2003. She is an American dancer, singer, and YouTuber. She is best known for her appearances on Dance Moms with her mother, Jessalynn Siwa, for two seasons, as well as her singles “Boomerang” and “Kid in a Candy Store.” Siwa’s YouTube account, “Its JoJo Siwa,” features everyday footage of her life. In 2020, she was named to Time’s annual list of the world’s 100 most important people. Joelle Joanie Siwa was born on May 19, 2003, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Jessalynn (née Lombardi), an Iowa-based professional dance instructor, and Tom Siwa, a Nebraska-based chiropractor. Her only sibling is a vlogger named Jayden Siwa, who is her older brother.
JoJo Siwa has a $20 million net worth. Siwa began performing on “Dance Moms” after becoming famous on “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition.” JoJo’s actual success came when she established herself on YouTube, despite the fact that reality TV helped put her on the map. Many of her videos have received hundreds of millions of views, and as of 2020, she has about 12 million members. She has been called one of the world’s most powerful persons.
In February 2020, JoJo paid $3.5 million for a home in Tarzana, California, a Los Angeles suburb. She was 16 at the time, yet she had more money than most people earn in a lifetime. Siwa’s new home was promptly announced on her YouTube channel, and her devoted followers were given a tour. The Mediterranean-style home has 6,000 square feet of living area, which is plenty of room for JoJo’s entire family. This young YouTuber will be living comfortably for years to come, thanks to marble floors, fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, French doors, and many other indoor features. A swimming pool and a sports court are located outside.
Receding hairline sickness
Jojo Siwa appears to be suffering from traction alopecia. Traction alopecia is a type of hair loss caused by pulling on the hair over an extended length of time. One of the main causes of Traction Alopecia is Jojo Siwa’s distinctive pulled back hair style, knotted tight with her bows! Hair extensions, weaves, sports helmets, relaxers, and simply having long hair can all contribute to hair loss. If you stop tugging your hair back, this process can be reversed, but if you don’t act quickly, hair loss may become permanent! It’s unusual for it to happen to someone in their teens, but it can happen to anyone after years of hair pulling.
Career as a Singer
Siwa began her career as a top-5 finalist and the youngest contestant on Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, hosted by Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms fame, in its second season. She was eliminated in week 9 after appearing on the show alongside her mother.
Siwa made her first appearance on Dance Moms in 2014, after applying for Miller’s “ALDC” dance competition team and getting picked in early 2015. Siwa released “Boomerang” and a previous single, “I Can Make U Dance,” for download in May 2016. The film “Boomerang” tackles the issue of cyberbullying. Its video has earned over 2.5 million likes and has been seen over 900 million times. Vivid Seats named Siwa the Breakout Artist of the Year in 2018. Siwa revealed in 2018 that she would embark on her first major concert tour, D.R.E.A.M. The Tour, in 2019. She was slated to perform in 52 cities across the United States and Canada, visiting theatres, outdoor amphitheaters and stadiums, and indoor arenas. In addition, there will be concerts in the United Kingdom and Australia. The tour was set to begin on May 17 in Phoenix, Arizona. The tour’s first leg was set to end on June 26 in Austin, Texas, with the second leg beginning on July 10 in Orlando, Florida. The second leg’s final date is slated for August 20 in Vancouver, Canada. In September 2020, she was named to Time’s annual list of the world’s 100 most influential people, and in 2021, she was named to Fast Company’s Queer 50 list.
Youtube and other career ventures
Siwa collaborated with Claire’s, a fashion accessory and jewellery firm, to develop a range of hair bows in 2016. The hair bows, which were inspired by the hairbows Siwa is known for wearing, were particularly popular among primary school students in the United Kingdom, where some schools banned them for a variety of reasons, including peer pressure, work distraction, pupil concentration impairment, and violation of school dress policies. Some stores began offering comparable bows as a result of the bows’ popularity. Siwa described her bows as a “sign of power, confidence, believing-ness” in 2017. Siwa went on to collaborate with American department store J. C. Penney to develop a range of accessories, bedroom decor, and a doll in her likeness, as well as several children’s books. Claire’s had to recall a JoJo Siwa-branded cosmetics kit after the FDA issued a warning regarding unsafe levels of asbestos in the product.
Siwa joined Nickelodeon in 2017, starring alongside Jace Norman in the film Blurt! and Nick Cannon in the show Lip Sync Battle Shorties. Siwa later competed as “T-Rex” in season 3 of The Masked Singer. Until Honey Boo Boo participated as one half of “Beach Ball” in season six, she was the show’s youngest contestant at the age of 16. Siwa was a playable character in Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix, a video game released in 2020. Despite being geared toward children ages 6 and up, Spin Master released a card game called “JoJo’s Juice” in January 2021 that included questions concerning nudity and larceny. The game was recalled off all toy store shelves after Siwa apologised and claimed she was not engaged in its content development. Siwa competed on the thirty-first season of Dancing with the Stars, where she was a part of the show’s first ever same-sex dancing pair. In the end, she and her partner, Jenna Johnson, came in second.