JoJo Siwa has dyed her trademark blonde hair brunette, and we’re totally shook.
Just a month after the YouTube star ditched her iconic ponytail, she showed off her latest transformation.
Taking to Instagram, the 17-year-old shared a clip where she re-enacted the TikTok ‘I’m not gonna do it’ scene.
As she swished her blonde ponytail for the camera, the voiceover said: ‘Girl, don’t do it, it’s not worth it.’
‘I’m not gonna do it girl, I was just thinking about it, I’m not gonna do it….,’ she lip-synced before disappearing from screen.
Returning with her newly brunette locks down over her shoulders, JoJo added: ‘I did it.’
‘Wait for it,’ she captioned the clip.
We absolutely weren’t ready for it.
Right on cue, fans went into meltdown over her transformation.
‘Omg wait did u actually?!?!,’ one asked, while a follower screamed: ‘LOOKS SO GOOD ON U [sic].’
‘Wow JoJo! I love it,’ an Instagram user praised, while another commented: ‘JOJO!!!!! I love it tho!! You look amazing!!! Be ready to BREAK the internet haha [sic].’
JoJo’s new look comes after she addressed accusations of blackface in her latest music video.
She dropped her circus-themed clip for Nonstop on fans last week, but has faced a wave of backlash after 12-year-old dancer Lilliana Ketchman wore brown make-up as part of a monkey costume.
The teenager – real name Joelle Joanie Siwa – initially turned off comments underneath the video before announcing on Instagram that she had blocked fans for sending her ‘horrible and disgusting’ messages.
However, after coming under fire over the move, she shared a lengthy statement on Twitter, over the criticism.
Explaining her actions ‘had nothing to do’ with the backlash, she began: ‘I need to set the record straight about a few things because some have been irresponsible in recent stories and posts about me, and everyone seems to rush to conclusions without having all of the facts.
‘My Instagram post yesterday had absolutely nothing to do with the criticism I received on my music video Nonstop. I blocked certain people online and stopped following others because I was tired of seeing the personal hate on me.
‘More importantly I would like to address the music video that we shot for Nonstop in February,’ she continued. ‘We’re talking about kids dressing up as circus animals! No one in my video is wearing blackface.
‘It’s awful that anyone’s mind would even go there. Kids dressing in animal costumes, having their faces painted to look like animals, acting the part.
‘There were zebras, tigers, dogs, clowns, mermaids, everything.’
JoJo ended her message by adding: ‘I’ve addressed Black Lives Matter issues previously on my social media, I will say it again for the ones in the back, Black Lives Matter, today, tomorrow, yesterday and forever.’
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