In this Siwas Dance Pop Revolution clip, a stage mother is in full crisis mode.


In this Siwas Dance Pop Revolution clip, a stage mother is in full crisis mode.

This isn’t a practice run!

Ask any Dance Moms fan: There’s nothing like a last-minute beauty or fashion emergency to send a stage parent into a tailspin.

That’s exactly what happens in this clip from last night’s E! premiere of Siwas Dance Pop Revolution.

The Peacock series follows JoJo Siwa and her mother, Jessalynn Siwa, as they try to make pop music’s next big thing.

How? By coaching a group of tweens who will compete in a series of challenges and performances to earn a spot in their newly formed music group, XOMG Pop.

Jessalynn will manage the winning contestants and they will be JoJo’s opening act.

However, it will not be simple.

Take a look at this little teaser!

The girls get their first look at their beauty stations at the start of the video.

It’s time for glam (and lots of glitter) because they’re about to perform.

However, before one mother—Anji, mother of 14-year-old contestant Leigha—can begin assisting her daughter with her preparations, she has an epiphany.

“Oh my gosh, Leigha is allergic to latex, and I’m not sure if they knew to get her latex-free eyelash glue,” she informs the other mothers.

“F–k you, f–k you, f–k

She won’t be able to use it; she’ll bloat up like a balloon.”

Even though the girls don’t have much time before they have to go on stage, Anji decides to look for non-latex eyelash glue anyway.

She tells the Siwas Dance Pop Revolution cameras, “I’m stressed out,” and then drives away.

“I don’t want her to be stressed because we don’t have what we need,” she says.

Anji even says she isn’t doing her “job.”

Thankfully, Leigha isn’t freaking out as much as her mother expected.

Leigha insists everything is fine once Anji returns from a hurried trip to the store.

In a confessional, Leigha admits, “I think she was overreacting just a little bit.”

“I believe she was under some pressure.”

It’s all right.

The adhesive has arrived.

“It’s all right.”

Hopefully, the crisis is averted.

Siwas Dance Pop Revolution is now available to stream on Peacock.

(E! and Peacock are both NBCUniversal properties.)

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