The U.S. Leg Of JoJo’s Mad Love Tour Will Be Supported By Stanaj

As JoJo’s Mad Love Tour gets closer and closer, fans have been wondering who the support act will be. Today, it was announced that Stanaj will be opening the concerts on the U.S. leg of the tour.

They made this announcement on Twitter, where they each shared a video clip of them collaborating on each other’s songs in a car park.

Listen To JoJo And Stanaj Perform Together Here:

JoJo was the first to post her tweet. In the video, they are singing Stanaj’s song “Romantic”. Their exposed vocals in the car park are hauntingly eerie. They stun us with their awesome falsettos, which echo amazingly within the visual.

Two minutes later, Stanaj followed it up with a tweet of his own, also announcing that he will be supporting JoJo on the North American run of the Mad Love Tour. In his video, the collaborative duo are singing JoJo’s song “Mad Love“. Once again their vocals are completely out of this world; their falsettos are beyond beautiful. People going to the U.S. leg of JoJo’s Mad Love Tour are totally in for a treat.

The Mad Love Tour kicks off around Europe, starting on 15 January until 1 February; before heading to North America, starting 15 February and ending 3 May. No other support acts have been announced, just yet, leaving many European fans wondering who will be the opening act when she kicks off her tour.

Tickets are selling fast, don’t forget to buy them now, while you still have the chance. Dublin, London, Birmingham, and Manchester, from the European leg of the tour, are the only sold out venues so far.

We’re totally excited to see JoJo live. Have you got your tickets yet? What are your thoughts on Stanaj? We’d like to know, so drop us a Tweet @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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