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After Jojo Siwa claimed that she helped her realise she is gay, Jenna Dewan responds: Ever More Honored is the song.

In a recent TikTok post, Jojo Siwa claimed that Jenna Dewan’s Magic Mike performance during Lip Sync Battle in 2018 contributed to her coming out as homosexual.


Jojo Siwa’s inclusion of Jenna Dewan in her “Gay Awakening Story” TikTok has Jenna Dewan feeling “honoured.”


Siwa, 19, rapped on the moment she knew she was homosexual and how Dewan’s 2018 Magic Mike routine on Lip Sync Battle assisted her in coming to that realisation. Siwa followed the trend of TikTokers recording spoken word over the beat to Nicki Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl.”


“Oh, Jojo! Never have I been more honoured, “Dewan, 41, commented on Siwa’s video in real time in an Instagram caption.


When Siwa addresses Dewan in the video and what her rendition of Ginuwine’s “Pony” meant to her, Dewan exhales and clasps her hands over her heart.


Siwa revealed the information following a rap about Demi Lovato’s “Jenna Dewan participated in Lip Sync Battle a few years later, according to Cool For The Summer. I pretty much watched her Magic Mike routine every day because it was that fantastic.”


Siwa said, “Little me, well, she didn’t realise she was gay.


The celebrity subsequently explained in her video how she went on a date with a man who “wanted to have sex with me” and that was when she truly “awakened.”


She said that Siwa had no interest. “And I knew right away that I didn’t want to and never wanted to date males because I found the idea repulsive. Women are my focus; I must leave “Siwa stated as she cut the video.


Siwa came out as LGBTQ in January 2021 when she shared a TikTok set to Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” following time spent with the TikTok collective Pride House LA. Then, she made her debut wearing a blouse that said, “BEST GAY COUSIN EVER.”


Although Siwa first refused to “label” her sexuality, she later came to prefer the terms “queer” and “pansexual,” saying, “Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that’s how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human.”


Siwa admitted that she didn’t want her coming out to “be a big deal,” and understood the risk of coming out and that “a lot could have gone away” because of it. She remarked at the time, “I’ve never gotten this much support from the world.” I believe this is the first time I have experienced such deep joy.


Siwa continued, “Performing has always made me extremely pleased. “But I must admit that I am suddenly overcome with joy. I’m really happy to be myself.”

Garrett Atkins

Garrett Atkins is a Journalist at Flaunt Weekly.

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