17 Facts You Didn't Know About Y100's 2021 Jingle Ball Lineup

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The 2021 Y100 Jingle Ball is coming back to Miami on December 19! We announced the star-studded lineup on Friday (October 1) for the upcoming event at FLA Live Arena. You will get to experience many amazing artists, including Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, AJR, Saweetie, Black Eyed Peas, Bazzi, Monsta X, Tate McRae and Dixie D'Amelio.

Learn more about these performers below ahead of the Y100 Jingle Ball later this year.

Megan Thee Stallion

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Megan was nicknamed "Stallion" as a teen due to her height and decided to adopt it as a stage name.

The rapper is a major horror movie fan, who is currently working on writing her own horror film.

Doja Cat

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At around age 11, she took up organized break dancing and danced in a crew in Los Angeles.

Doja holds three top 20 hits on the pop charts from Planet Her: “Kiss Me More,” featuring SZA, “You Right” with The Weeknd and “Need to Know.”


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In 2006, the brothers started busking in NYC’s Central Park and Washington Square Park.

Band member Ryan Met shared AJR's "I'm Ready" with several different celebs via Twitter. “Chandelier” singer Sia noticed and informed her management, who is now AJR's co-manager.

Black Eyed Peas

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Their latest album, Translation, features 10 collaborations — more than any other Black Eyed Peas album.

Their 2003 single "Where Is the Love?" topped the charts in 13 countries, including the United Kingdom, where it lasted seven weeks at number one and went on to become the country's best-selling single of the year.


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Saweetie has quite a few famous family members. Actress Gabrielle Union and producer Zaytoven are her cousins, while her uncle is rapper MC Hammer. Meanwhile, her grandfather is Willie Harper, a linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers in the 70s.


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Bazzi used former social media platform, Vine, to build his initial following and became one of the first big stars on the app with 1.5 million followers by the time he finished high school.

The singer has fostered dogs a lot, but he doesn’t have any of his own.

Monsta X

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Jooheon owns the copyrights to 109 songs.

Before Monsta X, Shownu almost debuted his K-Pop career with Got7. He was a trainee with JYP Entertainment for two years.

Tate McRae

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During Justin Bieber's Purpose World Tour, he held auditions for fans to join him on stage in each city. Tate McRae was picked to perform with him in Canada when she was 12 years old.

She competed in So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation when she was 13-years-old and placed third.

Dixie D'Amelio

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Dixie, who has studied drama since she was a child, had her professional acting debut this year in the Brat TV series, Attaway General, as Georgia.

Dixie has been candid about her mental health on social media. Her song, “Be Happy” is less about actually being cheerful, and more about accepting the fact that you do not have to be happy and positive all the time.

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