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JOANNA ‘JOJO' LEVESQUE (Hailey), who makes her motion picture debut in AQUAMARINE, grew up in Foxboro, Massachusetts and has been singing and entertaining since age two. She began sitting in with bands at age five, performing everywhere and anywhere she could. At age seven, she began performing on several national television shows.

At age eight, she made her professional acting debut at the Huntington Theatre in Boston, as Mustardseed in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Concurrently, Britney Spears offered Levesque a recording contract; which Levesque turned down. She landed a few television and radio commercials in the Boston area, where she resided. At age 11, Levesque was offered another recording contract, also rejected.

Levesque and her mother moved to California, where Levesque landed a professional singing/acting role at the Fremont Centre Theatre in Pasadena, in the musical Nuncrackers. She continued to audition for commercials, television and movies. Levesque was cast in a Nickelodeon television show, and was again offered recording contracts.

At age 12, Levesque signed her first recording contract with 'Da Family/Blackground/Universal Records. Her debut album, JoJo, went multi-platinum in the U.S. and many other countries. Levesque became a worldwide phenomenon, the youngest solo artist to have a number-one hit on the Billboard Pop Charts, and the youngest artist ever to be nominated for an MTV Video Music Award.

In 2004, Levesque performed for President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush at Christmas in Washington. Levesque performed at America's Youth Rocks the Nation, at the Washington, D.C. Armory, in 2005. She has toured Europe with Usher, played Madison Square Garden, and sang the National Anthem at the Orange Bowl. Her next motion picture is the comedy R.V.

Levesque is looking forward to writing more songs, performing all over the world, breaking more records with her sophomore album, and pursuing her acting career.


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