August 1, 2012 |
Despite widely reported rumors, Janet Jackson did not slap Paris Jackson last week. TMZ, the story's source, issued a statement Wednesday: “Although we believed the story to be true when we published it, we have now determined it was not correct ... Janet did not slap or otherwise touch Paris, nor did she verbally abuse her.” The story was perpetuated after Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of domestic violence...
February 25, 2013 |
Janet Jackson is married to Wissam Al Mana, and we're pretty sure our invite got lost in the mail - because the ceremony happened last year. "The rumours regarding an extravagant wedding are simply not true," the couple said in a statement to Entertainment Tonight. "Last year we were married in a quiet, private, and beautiful ceremony. " Last year like in December, or last year like a whole year ago? Alas, no more details were forthcoming from the 46-year-old singer and her über-wealthy Qatari husband, 37. Us Weekly reported at the end of December that the couple was engaged, suggesting plans for a lavish spring wedding.
May 23, 2013 |
Janet Jackson has reportedly joined the billionaires club. Funny thing: The singer isn't actually a billionaire. The pop star, 47, was named a "billion dollar entertainer" by Variety, but depending on how you calculate net worth, it doesn't actually mean she's a billionaire at all. In fact, the only "billionaire"-related reference from Variety comes in the form of a small black label on the article that actually reads "Billion-dollar entertainer:...
June 4, 1993 |
Janet Jackson, the most "together" member of the Jackson family, is currently riding high with her smash hit album, "janet.," and a single, "That's the Way Love Goes," still snug in the No. 1 spot. She is also said to be quite effective in Columbia's July movie release, "Poetic Justice," more than meeting the dramatic demands of her role. Now Janet is pushing ahead with plans to bring the story of Dorothy Dandridge to the big screen.
June 29, 2012 |
The long legal battle between CBS and the Federal Communications Commission over Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show is over. The Supreme Court on Friday refused to hear the FCC's request to reinstate a $550,000 indecency fine against CBS for the halftime performance featuring Jackson and Justin Timberlake, who at the end of a song tore a piece of Jackson's top, exposing her bare breast to an audience of about 90 million. In November, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia upheld its earlier ruling that the FCC's indecency fine against the network was invalid.
January 8, 1990 |
Janet Jackson, one of the few figures in pop history to have sold more than 7 million albums without ever doing a solo concert tour, will launch her first tour on March 1 in Miami. The itinerary is expected to include at least one Southern California date, most probably the Forum in Inglewood in April. Tour producer Roger Davies said the U.S.