JoJo Siwa introduces girlfriend Kylie, says she's 'the happiest I've ever been' after coming out

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JoJo Siwa is opening up even more.

The 17-year-old singer publicly came out last month as a member of the LGBTQ community, though she did not offer any specific label to describe herself. She had previously hinted at her identity on social media as well.

Now, the star has taken to Instagram to introduce the world to her girlfriend, Kylie.

Siwa shared a few pictures of herself and Kylie cuddled up, as well as a video clip of the pair jamming out to a song during a car ride.

“After being my best friend for over a year, January 8th 2021 I got to start calling this exceptional human my Girlfriend…” Siwa captioned the post. “And Since then I’ve been the happiest I have ever been!”

Jojo Siwa has introduced the world to her girlfriend Kylie. (Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Streamy Awards)

The child star described Kylie as the “most loving, supportive, happiest, protective, and just the most beautiful perfect person in the world.”

Many more offered messages of support as well.

“Casually crying,” wrote makeup guru Nikkie de Jager in the comments, adding rainbow and heart emojis.

“Winning!” commented choreographer Ricky Jackson.

A third fan added: “Happy for you both.”

JoJo Siwa publicly came out as a member of the LGBTQ community last month. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

Kylie herself also shared a loving post in tribute to Siwa, similarly sharing pictures of the two embracing as well as video clips of them enjoying one another’s company.

“Fall in love with your best friend, guys,” she captioned the post. “It’s THE BEST feeling in the entire world. here’s to one month with my favorite human.”

Kylie concluded: “I love you sharky.”

“The best ever. I’m so lucky you’re my human,” Siwa commented. “I love you forever and ever.”

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