At 20 years old, JoJo Siwa has this physical status:
Early life and career
Joelle Joanie Siwa was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 19, 2003, to Jessalynn (née Lombardi), a licensed dance instructor from Iowa, and Tom Siwa, a Nebraska chiropractor. Jayden Siwa, an older brother who is also a vlogger, has one sibling.
Siwa began her career as a top-five finalist and youngest contestant on Abby's second season of the Ultimate Dance Competition, which was hosted by Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms fame. In week 9, she and her mother were on the show and was eventually kicked out. Siwa debuted on Dance Moms in 2014, beginning with auditioning for Miller's "ALDC" dance competition team in 2014 and being selected for the team in early 2015.
"Boomerang" was released in May 2016 as a download and "I Can Make U Dance" was a previous single. The subject of online bullying is discussed on "Boomerang." Its video has been watched more than 950 million times and has received over 5 million likes. Vivid Seats named Siwa the Year of the Year in 2018.
Siwa revealed in 2018 that she would be going on her first big concert tour in 2019, D.R.E.M. The Tour de France. She was due to visit a number of theaters, outdoor amphitheaters, and stadiums, as well as indoor arenas in a total of 52 cities throughout the United States and Canada. In addition, other performances will be held in the United Kingdom and Australia. On May 17, the tour was scheduled to begin in Phoenix, Arizona. The first leg of the tour was set to end in Austin, Texas, on June 26 before returning to Orlando, Florida, on July 10 for the second leg. The last date was scheduled for August 20 in Vancouver, Canada. In September 2020, she was included on Time's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, as well as on Fast Company's Queer 50 list in 2021.
She was announced as a judge for the seventeenth season of So You Think You Can Dance on April 4, 2022, along with Matthew Morrison and Stephen "tWitch" Boss.
She was proclaimed the recipient of the Gamechanger Award from GLSEN on September 9, 2022, for her anti-bullying advocacy efforts.