JoJo Siwa


She's not done dancing yet, folks! Although JoJo will soon be wrapping up her season of Dancing with the Stars, she's just announced another exciting feat in her career that has only just started to take off.

The 18-year-old pop culture sensation is teaming up with her mom, Jessalyn Siwa, to host this new reality dancing competition series, which will air on Peacock starting November 4. Being no stranger to dancing competition shows, Siwa is totally embracing the beginning of her career, which all started on Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition when she was just nine years old.

JoJo made her very exciting announcement on Instagram this Thursday, getting fans amped up for the next big step in her rise to stardom.

Siwa's Dance Pop Revolution will consist of eight episodes, following eleven young dancers as they compete for a spot in JoJo's newest opening act pop group.

Peacock's description of the new competition series details:

Jessalyn Siwa, mom, and manager to multi-talented worldwide pop sensation JoJo Siwa, is teaming up with her daughter, in 'Siwa's Dance Pop Revolution', the ultimate reality competition series in which young talent, who also happen to be major JoJo Siwa fans, will compete for a coveted role in XOMG Pop, a brand-new pop group that will be managed by Jessalyn.

Make sure to check out Siwa's Dance Pop Revolution on November 4 on Peacock to watch JoJo behind the judge's table for the first time!

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