When Jojo opened up for a band called The Kids, she was a star.
A pop star.
Now she’s dead.
Jojo has been a major influence on the pop world since her 1990s smash hit “Toys”, and in the years since, she’s been one of the most popular and influential figures in pop culture.
Her work has made her the subject of a series of documentaries, including one on which she’s portrayed in a short film, but it was her music that really started the whole thing.
She made her debut in 1991 with “Tells You to Go Away” and has since released two albums, as well as three more studio albums, all of which have become classic hits.
Jojos legacy has spawned a number of sequels, live albums, TV series, merchandise, videos, shorts, a feature film and even a musical.
And it seems like every time the legend gets older, her legacy is even bigger.
JoJo’s death has brought up many questions, some of them more pressing than others.
Why didn’t she die a natural death?
What could have possibly happened?
Was she poisoned?
What are her thoughts on JoJo’s legacy?
What’s her relationship to the people who loved her?
We spoke to JoJo herself, who tells us all about JoJo and how she feels about the mystery surrounding her death.
Interview with JoJoTheatre: Why did you decide to do this film about Jojo?
JoJo: I thought about it a lot, but I think it would be too much to ask.
I feel like JoJo is a person who deserves a bigger audience.
I think she is a part of our collective history and history is being made right now, and that she deserves more attention.
But she’s not a very important person.
It was actually hard for me to get the money.
I was just thinking of the people.
But we made it because she was in a way a big part of my life and I just felt like, it’s time.
I’m glad that people will see it and see it.
It’s just about Jojos life.
It’s very hard to say.
I don’t know if I can ever understand it.
I don’t want to know.
It might be like a ghost story, or a myth.
Maybe you just want to get it over with, but why?
It doesn’t make sense.
I think she’s one of those things that’s just so well known that it’s hard to know why.
She is, after all, a legend.
She’s a very unique person.
She’s been around forever.
Her life is so well-known, and so much of it is true, and I don