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JoJo Siwa has ditched her iconic ponytail and revealed a whole new look

JoJo Siwa at the Nickelodeon's 2018 Kids' Choice Awards held at the Forum in Inglewood, USA on March 24, 2018.
JoJo Siwa at the Nickelodeon's 2018 Kids' Choice Awards held at the Forum in Inglewood, USA on March 24, 2018.Photo: Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com

Out teen sensation JoJo Siwa has broken the Internet with her new haircut. On Instagram, she revealed she has ditched her iconic blonde ponytail for a chic undercut.

18-year-old Siwa teased the revelation with a video of herself at the hairdresser set to the tune of pop star Demi Lovato’s “Cool for the Summer.”

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That same day, she posted a photo of the new do with the caption, “HAPPPPPY.” In the photo, she is absolutely beaming.

 

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In her Instagram story, she also wrote that while she is still experimenting with how to style her new hair, she absolutely adores it.

“It’s crazy! I’m obsessed,” she wrote.

Her new look has received tons of support from fans, celebrities, tv networks, and the like.

The streaming service Peacock commented that she looked “Absolutely stunning,” and YouTube wrote, “absolutely LIVING for this cut.”

Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez added, “GO OFF MISS GIRL!!!!”

One fan wrote, “MY GAY HEART IS DYING.” Another said, “THE LESBIAN HAIRCUT SO TRUE.”

Many also commented about the joy Siwa exudes in the photo and that they’re happy she is embracing her authentic self.

 

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Siwa came out as gay in early 2021 and has since been a vocal LGBTQ advocate. Her coming out has been considered massively influential for today’s youth due to the massive size of her fan base. To date, Siwa has garnered over 12 million subscribers on YouTube alone.

She also became part of the first ever same-sex pair on season 30 of Dancing with the Stars, ABC’s popular and long-running dance competition show.

“It’s really special that not only now do I get to share with the world that you get to love who you want to love, but also you get a dance with whom you want to dance,” she told Variety when the news broke.

“I want to make it OK for the people who come after me,” she said. “I want to make everything OK for the people who come after me.”

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