Dancer Jojo Siwa planned the birth of her future children: “I have tattoos with their names”

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Dancer Jojo Siwa planned the birth of her future children: “I have tattoos with their names”

Jojo Siwa, dancer and new member of the jury of the American show, So You Think You Can Dance, revealed in an interview that she has already planned the birth of her future children, so much so that she has even tattooed their names.

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The singer and dancer Jojo Siwa , now a judge on the program So You Think You Can Dance , now in its 18th season, one of the most beloved American TV shows, said in an interview that she has already planned how many her children she will have and above all when they are born.

Jojo Siwa and tattoos for her future children

A rather unexpected revelation from a twenty-year-old girl at the height of her television success, already achieved when she participated in the talent show Dance Moms. Interviewed on an episode of Access Hollywood, she showed live the tattoos she has along some parts of her body, in which the names of her future children are written. ” This is dedicated to the little girl I will have one day; her name is Freddie” says the dancer who then shows two other tattoos explaining: ” So this is dedicated to the twins: Eddie and Teddie”. Listing the names he has already chosen for his future children, without fear that it is too early to think about it, he then added: ” I want three children. I have a sperm donor waiting.” In short, it seems that Jojo Siwa's future plans have already been planned.

Jojo Siwa from dancer to judge

Jojo Siwa took over as judge of the program So You Think You Can Dance, which will soon arrive on Fox, after one of the now historic judges, Nigel Lythgoe, was sued by Paula Abdul, who accused him of assaulting her sexually twice, but the 74-year-old denied the incident and decided to resign. After this accusation, another came from a couple of contestants of the docu-reality show All American Girl who said they had suffered sexual advances from Lythgoe, as well as harassment. The events allegedly occurred in 2003 in Los Angeles, at his home.

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