Janet Jackson

JANET JACKSON ANNOUNCES HER FIRST UK TOUR DATES IN 3 YEARS

Legendary Icon, singer/actress and five time Grammy award winner Janet Jackson  announces her world tour which takes in two dates at the Royal Albert Hall on June 30th  and July 2nd – her first tour in three years. Get ready for the Janet Jackson Number Ones: Up Close & Personal Tour.     Tickets go on sale Friday 4th March @ 8.00am and in-person at the  Royal Albert Hall from 9.00am.       This tour will differ from her previous concerts as Janet will []

VIDEO: NEW JANET JACKSON INTERVIEW

After the Superbowl/Justin Timberlake debacle no US network wanted to touch Janet Jackson. MTV deserted her (they refused to play her videos) and she was treated like a leper. The woman was vilified and ignored! But since the tragic death of her brother Michael they all now want a piece of Janet. They all want to hear the star’s story and now embrace her like they care. These people are so two-faced!  I just hope that Janet has a long memory! Anyway check out Janet’s interview with Good Morning America.

UK NEWS: JANET JACKSON TO PERFORM AT THE MOBO AWARDS

[Thanks Ronke] New Magazine has reported that Janet Jackson will perform at the 2009 MOBO Awards ceremony, set to take place in Glasgow on September 30th. The event organisers also plan on paying tribute to Janet’s late brother Michael Jackson. Janet is a music icon in her own right and a previous MOBO presenter. We loved her past involvement with the show and MOBO will continue to support her music and champion her career. ” Michael Jackson was a key catalyst and influence on the []

JANET JACKSON’S TOUR OF JAPAN CANCELLED

  Via BBC News Janet Jackson’s tour of Japan has been postponed, with promoters blaming the global financial crisis. Japanese concert promoter Kyodo Yokohama said the singer cancelled five concerts due to take place in February. The 42-year-old Grammy Award winner had planned to perform in several major cities, including Nagoya and Osaka. Jackson, on her first world tour in nearly seven years, cancelled seven performances in the US in 2008 because of a bout of vertigo. The gigs in Japan will []