JoJo Siwa Reveals She and Kylie Prew are Together Again

by Kilian Melloy

EDGE Staff Reporter

Friday May 6, 2022

JoJo Siwa and Kylie Prew
JoJo Siwa and Kylie Prew  (Source:JoJo Siwa / Instagram)

Out teen entertainer JoJo Siwa revealed in May 5 Insta posts that her ex is what's next: She and Kylie Prew are back together, seven months after breaking up last fall, People Magazine reported.

"If you love something let it go," Siwa, 18, posted, along with a photo of herself and Prew, also 18, embracing at Disney World, with the iconic Disney castle in the background.


The caption continued: "if it comes back...."

Siwa's post confirmed what fans already suspected from posts made by her father, Us Magazine recounted. "A few days prior, Siwa's dad, Tom Siwa, hinted at his daughter's rekindled romance while posting snaps with the girls at the theme park.

"'Ride partners...' he wrote via Instagram on Sunday, May 1, alongside pictures of the 'Dance Moms' alum goofing off with Prew," the Us article continued.

"Eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice the ladies were walking hand in hand in one of the photos and getting close and cozy in another," Us added.

"Siwa and Prew previously made their relationship Instagram official in February 2021," People recalled. "At the time, it was the pair's one-month anniversary."

But the two split last October. The breakup took place while Siwa was a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars," making history as one half of the show's first same-sex dance partners.

Siwa publicly acknowledged the split during a November appearance on Paris Hilton's podcast, People said. "But she is literally still my best friend," Siwa added, going on to say: "I'm really lucky that I didn't lose her completely because, you know, even though relationships end, friendships don't have to end."

Kilian Melloy serves as EDGE Media Network's Associate Arts Editor and Staff Contributor. His professional memberships include the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, the Boston Online Film Critics Association, The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and the Boston Theater Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards Committee.