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JoJo Siwa’s Kissing Scene With A Man Is Being Removed From Her Upcoming Movie

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It looks like JoJo Siwa made it happen!!

A few days ago we told you that JoJo Siwa was trying to get a kissing scene with a man removed from her upcoming movie Bounce.

Well, looks like she made it happen!

As you may have heard, a few months back JoJo made the announcement that she is in fact, gay. She even announced she had a girlfriend.

Now that she has made the announcement to her fans, she is wanting to stay true to herself and for that, we love her for.

Well, apparently, JoJo Siwa decided that she wanted a Kissing Scene with a Man Removed From Her Upcoming Movie.

Produced by Will Smith’s Westbrook Studios and directed by To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before filmmaker Susan Johnson, the Christmas movie is adapted from Megan Shull’s young adult novel of the same name.

“I’m madly in love and I do not want to kiss another human. Especially because it’s a man,” Siwa told EW, adding that her fans likely won’t separate her persona from her character Franny on-screen: “That’s what they look at me as, not some character, not some fictional thing. And so it’s going to be a little weird.”

“I’m not about it,” she added of the kissing scene. “I’m trying to get it pulled so bad. It’ll happen. It’ll get pulled.”

I’d assume this scene was filmed or written before she made the announcement that she was gay so I can completely understand where she is coming from.

As of today, JoJo announced that Paramount has agreed cut the footage.

“My friends at paramount and my friend Caleeb Pinkett are 1000% supportive of me and assured me that I don’t have to do anything I don’t wanna do ever!!!” Siwa tweeted Tuesday.

“I’m so excited to make the movie ‘Bounce’ and couldn’t have better people to make it with!!?❤️” she added.

So, it looks like she has a happy ending and was able to move forward with her movie feeling 100% comfortable!

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