JoJo Siwa ‘wasn’t invited’ to 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards

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 JoJo Siwa ‘wasn’t invited’ to 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards

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



“A lot of you have been asking me why I’m not at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards tonight and the answer is very simple,” the “Boomerang” singer said in a video clip shared via Instagram on Saturday.



“I wasn’t invited.”



Siwa, 18, who has a thorny relationship with the network, added, “I’m not sure why, but I just didn’t get an invite.” 



Later, the pop star said on her Instagram Story that someone tagged her in a clip in which her song “One Chance” could be heard playing at the awards show.



“So my song made it, but I didn’t,” she said with a seemingly sarcastic laugh.  



Nickelodeon did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.



JoJo SiwaJoJo Siwa revealed via Instagram on Saturday that she ‘wasn’t invited’ to the 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles.Instagram/@itsjojosiwa



JoJo SiwaThe pop star, who came out as gay last year, recently chopped off her hair to reveal a pixie cut.Instagram/@itsjojosiwa



Upon hearing the news, Siwa’s friends and fans quickly took to social media to share their support for the “Dancing With the Stars” alum — and to voice their theories about her absence.



“Their loss sweetness ❤,” wrote Olivia Jade, with Mollee Gray adding, “probably cuz you are the color of the rainbow and they’re just orange JoJo Siwa ‘wasn’t invited’ to 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards

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