Let’s a go-go with with JoJo!

We hung out with JoJo while she was Down Un­der and asked her ev­ery­thing about fash­ion and style!

Little Angel - - STYLE ANGEL -

Hey JoJo! Did you enjoy your time in Aus­tralia?

I love it here. I’m mov­ing to Aus­tralia one day. I don’t know when, but I’m mov­ing, I’m do­ing it.

What’s been your favourite thing about Aus­tralia?

I love the beaches, and I love your ac­cents! I ac­tu­ally love the food this time, but I don’t like Vegemite too much… Like I’d try it again, but I wouldn’t pick it, y’know?

The video for your song High

TopShoes is so much fun! Was it ex­cit­ing to film?

It was su­per fun! We did a two day shoot – a day for the base­ball scene and an­other for the bas­ket­ball and bus scene. It was crazy.

Your life is cer­tainly a bit crazy right now, fly­ing all over the world to per­form. What do you do when you have some time to your­self?

One of my favourite things to do is to film and edit my videos, which is fun and helps me get ahead on work. We’ve had a lot of down time here in Aus­tralia, which has been amaz­ing. We’ve got­ten to go to the zoo, we went to some of the beaches, we went to the mall one day and tonight we might go bowl­ing! So yeah, we’ve done a lot of fun things.

We know you’re a huge fash­ion­ista and trend set­ter. How would you de­scribe your style?

For me, a clas­sic out­fit would be rain­bow shoes – def­i­nitely high tops or some other crazy de­sign – with a calmer pant. Now when I say calmer I mean neon yel­low or neon pink, or one with a pat­tern. And then I would go with a cool T-shirt, usu­ally one that has

my face on it, and then a cute lit­tle var­sity let­ter­man jacket. Any­thing rain­bow, any­thing with rhine­stones, any­thing that’s like bright and sparkly.

How many pairs of high top shoes do you own?

Oh boy, A LOT. Way too many, way too many.

Do you make or cus­tomise your own clothes?

Oh yeah I do! Like my Slime Fest out­fits, my Mum and I were lit­er­ally up to 2-3am rhine­ston­ing my out­fit the night be­fore! One year for the Kids’ Choice Awards I wore a T-shirt that we bought with a girl’s face on it, and then we rhine­stoned her face and I wore it on the Kids’ Choice Awards red car­pet. It was ev­ery­thing!

You’re also known for your sig­na­ture pony­tail – do you have any tips for styling the per­fect pony­tail?

Just use lots of hair gel, lots of hair spray, lots of wax – any­thing you can put in your hair, put it in and you’ll get there. You might get a headache at first, but then it goes away. For me, it’s now re­versed – now I get a headache when I don’t have a pony­tail! It’s the weird­est thing.

Can you share some style tips with Lit­tle An­gels read­ers?

Never be afraid to wear some­thing that’s bright and screams you. Never never. You should be afraid to wear some­thing dark and bor­ing!

Do you have a mes­sage for your Aus­tralian fans?

If I could tell them any­thing, it would be to have fun, be them­selves, be con­fi­dent, fol­low their dreams and to just go for it. Don’t look back!

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