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Timothy E. Goodwin,
It is good music choices, so I'll give them that. But this will never be entertainment.
Some kids don't know the words of the song and are just moving their mouths to make them seem like they "practiced". Some were so off that it's bad. And like other reviews it is just dancing while trying to mouth a song most of them don't know the actual words.
Lack of true talent. They lack talent. They go on this thinking they have talent but they don't. Go into actual singing and dancing lessons and it's better for children than going on this show and be forgettable by the next episode or so.
Annoying. The point of this is the children so why is the camera always going to Jojo Siwa? She is already famous so I don't think it is fair for the kids who paid time and possibly money to be on this show. She needs to not scream so much. I know many kids that hate her and hate this show because she is constantly screaming. It gets to the point she doesn't need the microphone and every screaming kid in the audience would still be able to understand and hear what she is saying
That and there is still politics in it. Keep politics out of children and out of entertainment.
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