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JoJo Siwa is getting a brand new ‘JoJo Goes’ docuseries this summer

JoJo Siwa

JoJo Siwa goes from the dance floor to the documentary screen!

Facebook Watch has just announced that it has given the green light to a new docuseries starring actress, dancer, singer, influencer and queer icon JoJo Siwa. According to the show’s description, Siwa “will be joined by her famous friends to go on crazy and fun adventures she’s always wanted to have but never had the chance.”

The show, titled JoJo goeswill air on Facebook Watch this summer, and will also be available on Watch Together via Messenger and Instagram video calls.

The series comes after Siwa spent a huge year and a half where she came out queerHas become the first competitor on Dancing with the stars dancing with a same-sex partnerfinished second on this show, executive produced Siwa’s dance pop revolution for Peacock, and starred in The J-Teama live musical on Paramount+.

“I am thrilled to partner with Facebook Watch to JoJo goes!” said Siwa. “I’m going on some crazy and fun adventures and can’t wait for my fans to see the new things I’m trying out with some of my best friends! Be sure to check.”

“JoJo Siwa’s boundless positivity and message of self-love have made her an inspiration to millions who have watched her grow up on stage, on TV, and online. The former JoJo explores all the off-stage passions and quirky paths that don’t fit into her everyday life as a superstar,” Aliyah Silverstein, current senior vice president of programming and executive producer at B17 Entertainment, said in a statement. “It’s a whole new side to JoJo that we’re excited to share.”

The next step for JoJo is to serve as a new judge on the Fox reality show So you think you can dance. She will be joined on the jury by former Joy star Matthew Morrison and former judge Stephen “tWitch” Boss. Cat Deely once again returns as host.

To catch Siwa as a judge, tune in weekly to Fox to watch So you think you can dance.

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