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Why this Dance Pop contestant sings “Scare” Jessalynn Siwa

It’s time to cut a competitor.

During a preview tonight Siwas Dance Pop Revolution, aired on Tuesday 23 November Jessalynn Siwa must decide which tween girl will come home. A “phenomenal” team performance makes it even more difficult to eliminate a rising star.

Quickly, it is about Tatum, 10 or Bella, 12.

“Tatum, I think you are so talented,” explains Jessalynn. “I think your mom and I believe in you more than you believe in yourself. You’re a good singer, you’re a great dancer. I feel like you don’t know yet.”

Where Tatum’s problem is trust, Jessalynn applauds Bella’s great work ethic, but also emphasizes her weaker voice.

“Bella, you are a dream to work with,” Jessalynn begins. “I think you are a phenomenal dancer [but] your singing scares me. Your Wednesday night hearing was difficult. ”

As Jessalynn’s daughter Jojo siwa look, Jessalynn talks about the tough decision.

“I have two phenomenal kids with two little weaknesses, and I have to send one of them home based on that,” notes Jessalynn. “It is getting so competitive and everything is so close that the little things matter.”

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