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October 26, 2005 | From Associated Press
Janet Jackson and James DeBarge, who were briefly married in 1984, had a daughter together, DeBarge's brother, Young DeBarge, has claimed on a New York City radio program. Young DeBarge said the child, named Renee and now 18, has been living with Rebbie Jackson, Janet's oldest sister. His comments lent support to reports that have circulated for years claiming Janet has a "secret" daughter. Jackson's publicist didn't return a call for comment.
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October 26, 2005 | From Associated Press
Janet Jackson and James DeBarge, who were briefly married in 1984, had a daughter together, DeBarge's brother, Young DeBarge, has claimed on a New York City radio program. Young DeBarge said the child, named Renee and now 18, has been living with Rebbie Jackson, Janet's oldest sister. His comments lent support to reports that have circulated for years claiming Janet has a "secret" daughter. Jackson's publicist didn't return a call for comment.
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October 27, 2005 | From Associated Press
Janet Jackson says she is not a mother. In a terse statement released Wednesday, the 39-year-old singer denied a former brother-in-law's claim that she has a "secret" 18-year-old daughter. "I do not have a child and all allegations saying so are false," Jackson said in a statement released to the syndicated "Access Hollywood" TV show.
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February 16, 1999 | SHAUNA SNOW
OPERA U.S. Debut: Andrea Bocelli, the superstar Italian crooner, will make his U.S. operatic debut alongside mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves at Detroit's Michigan Opera Theater in October, singing the title role in Massenet's "Werther." The tenor, who is among this year's best new artist Grammy nominees, has been singing operatic arias in stadium concerts but has done only a few actual opera productions--all of them in Italy.
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June 20, 1993 | ROBERT HILBURN, Robert Hilburn is The Times' pop music critic
Janet Jackson has plenty of time on the set of her new video to talk--about Michael, LaToya and a favorite new subject: sex. The pop world's highest paid female recording artist--sorry, Madonna--has canceled the dance rehearsal at the Hollywood sound stage because of "female problems," she says. That leaves her afternoon free.
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April 15, 1990 | ROBERT HILBURN
The soft-spoken young woman responded quickly when asked what kind of person Janet Jackson was based solely on what she's read and heard about her. "I'd think she was a girl who got where she was because she was a Jackson and that she had enough money to bring in all these hired guns to shape her music and image for her. I'd probably think, 'I could be doing the same thing if I had her money.'
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