JoJo Siwa tries British food

What do you know about British food? Watch the video to find out what happens when JoJo Siwa tries some British food!

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Kind of tastes, like, fishy. You're lying to me! These are so ketchup.

Hey, everyone, here's JoJo, and I'm a little scared right now because Newsround wants me to try some British food. Gonna be crazy! I'm gonna be blindfolded. I don't know if I'm excited, I don't know if I'm scared, but let's do it.

What is this? Kind of tastes, like, fishy. Oh, oh, oh, OK. Am I gonna want to open my eyes or is this just, like, nasty? Cos I have no idea. Oh, this is that egg thing. That's an egg. Wait, is this the sausage?

All right, ready for round two. I got a big whiff of ketchup. You're lying to me, these are so ketchup. You're so lying. I've actually always wanted to try one. It's like ketchup, salt and vinegar mixed together. Like, it's like someone took that, like, stirred it ... all together and then was like, let's make a chip out of it. I like it.

Final round.

I'm trying to think of what it tastes like. Kind of, like, a little cough syrupy, but I definitely wouldn't say it's like my, like, candy of choice. I'm assuming it's candy. What is it? Wait, I expected, like, the inside to be, like, white. I didn't expect it to be coloured.

You know, I definitely think I would eat those chips again. They were not the worst thing I've ever had in my life. They were actually pretty good. These things, I think I would eat the banana side again but not the peach side. And the first thing, I just, I don't think I could do it, I don't know. Thank you so much and I'll see you next time.

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