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Jojo (left) and her mom Diana Levesque
"I know I'm doing the right thing by being there, and by fighting for her to be a child," says Diana Levesque of Jojo (above with her mom in New York). (Tina Fineberg for the Boston Globe) Tina Fineberg for the Boston Globe
Pop Music

She's managing

As she guides the career of her pop-star daughter, JoJo, Diana Levesque juggles work and worries, and continues to stress books over bookings for the 16-year-old

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / January 7, 2007

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FOXBOROUGH -- Moments into a conversation at a restaurant near her suburban Boston home, Diana Levesque, mother and manager of the 16-year-old singer JoJo, starts to cry. Levesque's bright, beautiful daughter, an A student with an empathetic nature and unshakable work ethic, a girl who her mother says could grow up to be president, is instead on a crash course ... (Full article: 1680 words)

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