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JoJo Offerman

JoJo Offerman
JoJo in March 2015
Birth name Joseann Alexie Offerman[1]
Born (1994-03-10) March 10, 1994 [1]
North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, U.S.[1]
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) JoJo
Billed height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)
Billed from Toluca Lake, Los Angeles
Trained by Sara Del Rey
Bill DeMott[2]
Mickie James
Debut June 26, 2013

Joseann Alexie Offerman (born March 10, 1994)[1] is an American ring announcer, valet, professional wrestler and singer. She is signed to WWE under the ring name JoJo. She was part of the E! Network reality television show Total Divas during the first season, which aired in 2013.

WWE

Total Divas (2013)

In May 2013, Offerman was announced as part of WWE and E! Network's new reality show entitled Total Divas, which features behind the scenes footage of select WWE Divas and a look into their personal lives.[3][4]

Offerman made her main roster debut under the ring name "JoJo" on the June 26, 2013, episode of WWE Main Event, singing the entrance theme for Tons of Funk alongside The Funkadactyls (Cameron and Naomi). Her version of the song was later released on iTunes. The following week on Raw, JoJo was featured in a backstage segment also involving The Bella Twins, Natalya, The Funkadactyls, and Eva Marie.[5][6] On the July 22 episode of Raw, JoJo along with the cast of Total Divas appeared on Miz TV, where she introduced herself to the crowd.[7] JoJo sang the United States national anthem at SummerSlam on August 18.

On the August 26 episode of Raw, JoJo served as the special guest ring announcer during a singles match between Natalya and Brie Bella. After the match, WWE Divas Champion, AJ Lee interrupted Brie Bella's victory celebration by cutting a worked shoot promo on the cast of Total Divas.[8] Following this, JoJo appeared at ringside to show support for her Total Divas co-stars during their matches. JoJo was booked in her first match on Raw on October 7, teaming with Natalya and Eva Marie in a winning effort against Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes, and Aksana in a six diva tag-team match, however she was never tagged into the match.[9] The Total Divas defeated The True Divas (Alicia Fox, Aksana, Divas Champion AJ, Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Tamina Snuka and Summer Rae) in a elimination tag-team match at the Survivor Series pay-per-view,[10][11] and the following night on Raw in a rematch.[12]

Ring announcing (2013–present)

JoJo later moved to WWE's developmental territory WWE NXT in late 2013, after it was confirmed she would not be returning to Total Divas for its second season. She subsequently became the ring announcer for NXT. In April 2015, JoJo was promoted to the main roster and she began serving as the regular ring announcer on Main Event and SmackDown. She also serves as a backup ring announcer for Raw and pay-per-views as well as a backstage interviewer.[13][14]

Other media

Offerman was part of the main cast for the first season of the reality television show Total Divas produced by WWE and E!. The show began airing in July 2013.[15] Offerman was replaced by Summer Rae for the second season.[16][17]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2013, 2015 Total Divas Herself Main Cast (Season 1)
Guest (Season 3–4): 14 episodes

Personal life

Offerman is the daughter of former professional baseball player José Offerman.[18] She is of Mexican and Dominican descent.[19] Offerman has been dating former WWE NXT wrestler Jesse White, formerly known as Jake Carter, since mid-2013.[20]

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

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