Jenna Johnson and I Will Be ‘Livid’ If We Don’t Win ‘DWTS’


Determined to win! JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson had been shocked once they landed within the backside two through the Monday, November 1, episode of Dancing With the Stars — and are doing every thing they will to verify it doesn’t occur once more.

Although the Siwas Dance Pop Revolution star, 18, has liked the expertise, she’d nonetheless be bummed if she doesn’t take dwelling the mirrorball in the long run.

“I actually talked to Jen about this a couple of days ago. I was like, ‘We are both going to be livid [if we lose], obviously, because we’re super competitive and we want to win, of course,’” the dancer informed Us Weekly completely whereas selling her upcoming Peacock collection. “But at the end of the day, this experience has already been more than anything I’ve ever done before that I’ve already won, and it’s been such a journey.”

Jenna Johnson and JoJo Siwa on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
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Siwa, who’s a part of the ABC present’s first-ever same-sex couple with Johnson, 27, is simply “thankful and grateful” for all of it.

“The mirrorball isn’t even the icing or the cherry or the sprinkle on top,” she added. “It’s, like, the box that it comes in. It’s just, like, the extra little thing.”

The Nickelodeon star additionally feels fortunate that Johnson got here into her life when she did. The Dance Moms alum confirmed to Us that she cut up from girlfriend Kylie Prew on the morning of October 11 — simply hours earlier than she was set to carry out as Prince Charming for the present’s Disney Week.

“This week was very, very extreme and something that I had never gone through and something that I’ve never felt before,” the Nebraska native informed Us and different reporters following Disney Week, earlier than commending Johnson for staying by her aspect. “I’m really lucky that every day this week, I got to spend three hours with my best friend in rehearsals. It definitely has been a week, but because of my family, because of this song, because of the show, I’m on the other side of it.”

Jenna Johnson and JoJo Siwa on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
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She continued, “When I finally get a chance — hopefully on the show, but it doesn’t have to be on the show, it will be just in life — to tell the story of how Jenna changed my life and change the way that I look at myself, I cannot wait to do so.”

For now, Siwa is concentrating on the competitors and launching her new collection, Siwas Dance Pop Revolution, along with her mother, Jessalyn Siwa. Together, the pair will seek for the appropriate singers to craft the proper woman group.

“I have been a huge fan of all things singing and dancing for my whole life,” Jessalyn, 46, informed Us. “We all were stuck in quarantine, and I just started putting it on paper and to see it come to life with these fabulous girls and JoJo being the choreographer and the creative director, doing these huge musical numbers of singing and dancing, it was everything I could’ve ever dreamed of. And we’re making stars, like, we made a pop group with these phenomenal kids, and I can’t wait for the world to see.”

Siwas Dance Pop Revolution premieres on Peacock on Thursday, November 4.

With reporting by Christina Garibaldi

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