Siwas Dance Pop Revolution

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 9+

Glittery pop star reality competition has lots of branding.

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My daughter and I are huge fans of JoJo and the Siwas and now the show. We are hooked! We watched the first 3 episodes multiple times on premiere day and watched episodes 4 the first thing in the morning the day it aired. The show is fun. Entertaining and teaches young girls that with hard work you can achieve anything you want. You can even be a pop star ⭐ My daughter is 7 yrs. Old an n dance and she absolutely loves watching these talented girls on their journey to becoming pop stars.

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age 8+

NOTHING like Dance Moms (Which is fantastic)

A positive kids competition show...But it isn't a game show where they are simply competing for a cash prize. They are auditioning / applying for a spot / job in a new girl's pop group...a potential long term career. There is naturally going to be tension under the circumstances, but Jess and Jojo present as supportive and positive to all the potential members. The idea that parents should never push their kids is ridiculous. It is one of a parent's many jobs to pay attention to what their child's passions are and push them (sometimes a little and sometimes a little more) to pursue those passions, otherwise they might simply choose to watch Youtube or Tiktok all day. There is a very positive message in this show that whatever your passion is, whether it's to be a pop star or a doctor, that you are going to have to put in work to get there. Some days, it's going to be fun. Some days it's going to be hard. Some days it's going to be harder. The show does a good job to remind the kids that they are all amazing and because they are so young, they have so much ahead of them. Even if they don't continue with the group they will have other opportunities to shine. I am confused by the skimpy dance costumes mentioned here. The girls are shown sometimes wearing athletic, dance wear during rehearsals, because they are, well, dancing and moving around a lot, but their performance costumes are the very opposite of inappropriate. This is NOT Dance Moms.

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