AceShowbiz - JoJo Siwa is bringing the circus to her fans who have been stuck in quarantine because of the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, June 19, the YouTube personality released a brand new music video for her new song "NONSTOP," unveiling that it is heavily influenced by Hugh Jackman's 2017 film "The Greatest Showman".
The two-minute video presents the 17-year-old singer/dancer as the ringmaster. She is joined by a group of dancers dressed as various members of circus troupe. In an Instagram announcement posted on the same day, she gushed, "This music video is my favorite of all my videos. I was on my tour bus LATE at night when i came up with this song (over a year ago) and now the day is finally here!"
The "Boomerang" singer went on to give a shoutout to those contributing to the song and its visual. "Thank you to everyone who made this song and music video possible," she continued in the caption of her post, "Twizzler, Jeannie, Andrew, Felisha, Doug, Nickelodeon, Mark, Mike, Corey, My family, David, Caryn, and everyone else!"
"And a HUGE Thank you to the cast of this music video who each portrayed their character perfectly," she added, "thank you for trusting me and believing in me, Beth Ann, Cj, Lexi, Courtni, Sophia, Malik, Marcus, Hailee, Miley, Lily, and all of the circus performers!"
Ahead of this release, Siwa told Seventeen that she is "super super proud" of the song and its promo video. "It's honestly probably my favorite of anything I've ever done music wise," she declared. "I'm really excited that it's finally here."
During the chat, the "Bop!" singer opened up that "NONSTOP" gave a preview of how her music has changed. "What I want to write about has changed," she explained. "So it feels new and updated and fresh."
When talking about how she spent time in self-isolation, the "Dance Moms" alum admitted, "Honestly this time has been insane for me. I literally piled on more work now than I had before quarantine." She added, "You name it, I've pretty much done it."