How to Watch JoJo Siwa’s New Reality Show ‘Dance Pop Revolution’
Dancing with the Stars semifinalist JoJo Siwa has a new show to enjoy, and it premieres this week. The TikTok celebrity and former Dance Moms star appears on the show with her mom Jessalyn as they search for a pop group to become JoJo’s opening act.
JoJo Siwa Hosts New Show ‘Siwas Dance Pop Revolution’
The Siwas’ new show is titled Siwas Dance Pop Revolution. Eleven girls are competing for a chance to join a new pop group called XOMG Pop, to be managed by Jessalynn and perform as an opening act for JoJo. The contestants will perform and compete in challenges, with JoJo serving as a mentor and choreographer.
The show officially premiered earlier this month on Peacock, with four episodes already available to watch on the streaming service. But it’s also set to debut on E! this Tuesday at 9/8c, with the first two episodes premiering for fans to enjoy.
In a preview clip from the show, the contestants enter JoJo’s house and learn about what the show has in store for them. JoJo points out that her mom was a dance teacher who’s owned three dance studios, so she has a lot of experience to share.
JoJo Is Looking for Kids with ‘Something Special’
“I want everyone to see the highs and the lows and the hard work and the never giving up,” Jessalyn says in the clip as the contestants arrive at the house. “Because a lot of people say, ‘I wanna be a singer, I wanna be famous.’ They have no idea what it takes.”
JoJo adds that there’s “no book on how to make a pop group,” so she had to “figure it out” herself. She explains, “Now we know what works. We know what doesn’t. We know what to do. We know how to get there. We know what it takes. We know the difference in a kid that has it and a kid that just doesn’t.”
The star says she’s looking for kids who “have something special about them.” See if she can find it when the new show premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on E!
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