Joanna Noelle Blagden Levesque, also known as JoJo was born in the year 1990 at Brattleboro, Vermont. Her parents later moved out and she grew to be a teenager within Keene, New Hampshire, and Foxborough, Massachusetts. Her family is of diverse origins which includes Native American, Irish, Polish and French ancestral ancestors.
Both of her parents were vocalists. The mother of JoJo, Diana Levesque (nee Blagden) used to sing in the Catholic church choir. She also is trained for musical theater. For JoJo’s father Joel Maurice Levesque, singing was a passion.
JoJo grew up watching the music of her family, particularly her mother, who was practicing songs for the choir. She began singing at the age of two, reciting the songs she heard. At the age of seven, she made the first TV appearance in the TV program Kids Say the Darndest Things The Road in Boston which was presented by Bill Cosby.
Her rendition in one of her hits led to many opportunities for her which included the opportunity to audition on Destination Stardom, where she sang Aretha Franklin’s hit song from 1967 “Respect” and “Chain of Fools”. Then, she performed in The Oprah Winfrey Show and Maury. In response to questions about her early performance, JoJo said that “when it came to performing, I just had no fear.”
JoJo was signed to her debut contract at the age of 12 at the age of 12 with Background Records. The debut album was titled JoJo and the single Leave (Get out) earned her a nomination for the Best New Artist at the MTV Awards, making her the youngest nominee ever.
The second album she released was The High Road and it was released in the year 2006. Between then and now she was in a variety of film and TV roles such as Aquamarine along with RV.
JoJo Net worth is believed to be to be $8.5 million. The majority of her earnings come from music, but a portion of it was earned as an actor. After her legal problems with the label she was previously associated with are resolved, JoJo is set to enjoy a career that will earn her more than she’s earned right now.