Singer JoJo Announces 'Mad Love' Headlining Tour, Premieres New Music Video

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JoJo is back and ready to rock!

The 25-year-old singer, best known for her catchy 2004 tune, "Leave (Get Out)," announced on Tuesday that she'll be hitting the road for a global headlining tour.

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The Mad Love. Tour kicks off Jan. 15 in Dublin, Ireland. JoJo will be making stops across Europe before kicking off the U.S. portion of the tour on Feb. 15 in Portland, Oregon. The tour shares the same name of the album JoJo released in October, her first full-length album in a decade.

"MAD LOVE TOUR!!!!! Feeling high AF on LIFE this morning because I get to go back on the road and see you in just a couple months... this time headlining," she shared via Instagram. "COME SEE ME in your city. Let's laugh, cry, dance, f**k it up, together. Mad Love, from me to you."

But the excitement didn't stop there! JoJo also released a music video for "FAB." -- a fan-favorite track featuring Remy Ma about "fake a** b***hes" -- on Tuesday in celebration. Watch the gorgeous video, which was shot in black-and-white and filmed in New York City, below.

ET caught up with the singer in October, where she got candid on her struggle with drinking, depression, weight and feeling like her career was over.

"I've had many low points, honestly," she revealed. "I thought, 'How can I come back from this, you know, too much time has passed.' I was depressed, I was drinking a lot because I wanted to get out of my mind. I'm being totally honest. ... I just wanted to feel good and get out of my mind and that was obviously trying to fill a hole that I had."

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"My last album I was 15 [years old]-- so [now at] 25, of course I have a new perspective and a new appreciation for what it means to be able to live my dream," she added.
Hear more from JoJo's exclusive interview with ET in the video below.