JoJo Siwa 'Looked Very Happy' Holding Hands With Rumored Girlfriend Avery Cyrus, Source Says

Avery Cyrus, JoJo Siwa attend the Los Angeles Premiere of "Jagged Little Pill" at Hollywood Pantages Theatre on September 14, 2022 in Hollywood, California.
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The duo attended the Hollywood opening of Alanis Morissette's 'Jagged Little Pill' musical.

Looks like JoJo Siwa is falling head over feet for TikTok star Avery Cyrus. 

The rumored new couple stepped out for the Hollywood opening of Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill musical at the Pantages Theatre on Wednesday, with a source on the scene telling ET that they "were spotted holding hands." 

"Both were dressed in sparkly attire," the source notes. "In true JoJo fashion, she had glitter in her hair."

The source adds, "JoJo looked very happy." 

Siwa and Cyrus even posed for photos together on the red carpet -- with Siwa sporting a huge grin as she leans in towards Cyrus. She also took time for a fun shot with the show's cast. 

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Morissette was also all smiles for the event, arriving at the show "to a crowd of cheering fans," the source says. 

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Siwa all-but confirmed her romance with Cyrus in a cute video this week after fans had speculated that the two were together. 

Siwa, 19, captioned the video, "Happiest girl." In the clip, she and Cyrus, 22, posed together in a photo booth, grinning and eventually kissing. Fans have been speculating that the two TikTok stars were together for weeks now as they've started appearing in one another's videos. 

Earlier this month, Siwa opened up to ET about her guest appearance on Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.

"It's crazy to think that I'm a part of this world now. It's wild!" she shared.

The Dance Moms alum also noted that while she's now ingrained in the High School Musical universe, it was the off-camera interactions in between "action" and "cut" that made the entire experience invaluable.

"As cool and as iconic as it is, the best part about it is the behind-the-scenes aspect of getting to work with the cast and the crew," she said. "Everyone was like, 'Oh my god, you're doing High School Musical. Have the best time. The cast is incredible and so nice and so fun.' And I'm like, 'Yeah, yeah. You say that about everyone.' But there was seriously something so special about this family. They really all were so welcoming, were so fun, were so funny, were so open."

Siwa praised HSMTMTS for capturing the world as it is, with characters from all walks of life, experiences and backgrounds and storylines that explore different ideas and themes. "It gives everyone who's watching something to relate to, and it's cool. It's diverse in every which way," she credited.