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JoJo Siwa says she wasn’t invited to the 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards

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The reason Jojo Siwa didn’t attend the 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards is simple: she wasn’t invited.

The “DREAM” singer, who has a complicated relationship with Nickelodeon, addressed her absence in an Instagram video Saturday night.

“I’m not sure why, but I just didn’t get an invite,” Siwa said. She later posted a follow-up video to her Instagram story, saying someone tagged her in a clip of her song “One Chance,” played at the awards show.

“Well my song made it, but I didn’t,” laughed Siwa.

Fans can think of a few possible reasons why the Dancing With the Stars grad didn’t get hooked. Siwa came out as gay last year and recently Approved she has a new girlfriend.

Siwa too chopped off her signature ponytail on Thursday and now sports a spunky pixie cut. Perhaps the recent changes are too risky for Nickelodeon’s young audience.

Siwa supported fans’ reaction to her ignored invitation on Twitter by retweeting two users’ theories.

“Joining a kids’ channel shouldn’t mean you have to stop being yourself,” said one Twitter user wrote.

Siwa called Nickelodeon in September 2021 and claimed the network would not let her perform the six original songs she recorded for the Paramount+ film The J Team while on tour.

“These are MY songs, MY voice, MY writing. Does that seem fair???” she wrote loudly in a series of since-deleted tweets billboard. “Working for a company as a real person that’s only treated as a brand is fun until it’s not.”

https://nypost.com/2022/04/10/jojo-siwa-says-she-wasnt-invited-to-2022-kids-choice-awards/ JoJo Siwa says she wasn’t invited to the 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards

Dais Johnston

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