Saturday, February 17, 2018

JoJo Siwa Has A Totally Different Hairstyle in New Nickelodeon Movie 'Blurt'

JoJo Siwa has ditched her signature bows — for pigtails!

The 14-year-old actress stars as Victoria in Nickelodeon’s brand-new Original Movie, Blurt!, with Jace Norman from Henry Danger and Daniella Perkins from Knight Squad, and her bows are completely gone.

But what’s not gone is her insane dance talent — and Just Jared Jr. has unveiled a fab video clip from the flick, which premieres on Monday, February 19th

The movie centers Jeremy Martin (Norman), a nice-guy who, when he puts on mysterious virtual reality glasses at the mall, suddenly loses his “inside voice” and starts spouting every thought he has out loud. Making matters worse, Jeremy is running for student council president against his classmate Milly (Perkins), who is full of great ideas to improve the school. Desperate to get back to normal, Jeremy and his sister Victoria (Siwa) must figure out how to convince his brain that he can speak up for himself.

Blurt! will premiere on @ 7PM ET/PT, followed by a super sneak-peek of Nickelodeon's brand-new comedy series Knight Squad, only on Nick USA! Visit to find out more about Nickelodeon's newest movie!

JoJo Siwa had quite an exciting day earlier this week.

In a recent vlog, the 14-year-old received her 2017 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards blimp award and got to hang out with a baby kangaroo at her house.

In case you forgot, she won the KCA for Favorite Viral Music Artist at last year’s ceremony.

“Hangin out with a baby kangaroo!! link in my bio,” she wrote on Instagram with the photo of her with Boomer, the kangaroo.

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