JoJo Siwa Makes History With Raunchy Show at Miami Beach Pride

The 'Boomerang' songstress puts on a racy show, kissing a female background dancer in front of her mother Jessalyn Siwa, when delivering first live performance of her new song 'Karma'.

AceShowbiz - JoJo Siwa was perhaps the biggest star at the recent Miami Beach Pride. The multihyphenate has made history with her debut performance at the 16th annual celebration, which took place over the weekend on Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14.

The "Dance Moms" alum graced the stage in Lummus Park on day 2 of the festival. She delivered the first live performance of her new song "Karma", which drew an unprecedented crowd, according to Pop Crave. The singer/actress' debut performance at the festival captivated over 55,000 people, setting a record-breaking turnout.

Jojo, born Joelle Joanie Siwa, put on quite a naughty performance at Miami Beach Pride in front of her mother Jessalyn Siwa. The 20-year-old was seen kissing one of her female background dancers who straddled her on the ground.

At another point during the routine, Jojo stood with her microphone on a pole while the same dancer crawled through her legs, all while her mother was watching among the audience.

For the show, Jojo literally shined in a silver bodysuit featuring several different colored stripes to represent the pride flag. She teamed the look, which included skirt flaps, with a pair of bright orange lace-up boots.

Jojo accessorized with the top of a silver glittered microphone stick much like Freddie Mercury from Queen. Her signature blonde locks were put in an intricate hairstyle as they were braided up and put into a pompadour.

Following the performance, Jojo was asked how she was feeling in an interview. "That was crazy, I've never ever had a crowd like that," she shared, before promising, "I'll be back."

Jojo performed at Miami Beach Pride just days after she backtracked on her claims that she invented the "gay pop" music genre. Speaking to TMZ on Wednesday, she admitted, "I definitely am not the inventor of gay pop, for sure not." She then noted, "But I do want to be a piece in making it bigger than it already is. I want to bring more attention to it."

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