Janet Jackson has shared a preview of her upcoming two-part documentary in which she discusses her family's influence.
In a new trailer for her upcoming documentary, the singer says she was considered "guilty by association."
The 55-year-old pop star also reflected on her 2004 Super Bowl halftime performance with Justin Timberlake
Janet Jackson was left feeling like anything but a “Smooth Criminal” after defending her pop superstar brother, Michael, during his 2005 trial on child molestation charges. Instead she just felt “Bad.” The 55-year-old singer makes the candid confession in the two-part documentary, “Janet,” set to premiere on A&E and Lifetime on Jan. 28. In an
In a new documentary, set to premiere later this month, Janet Jackson offers a rare glimpse into her life and struggles.
"They build you up, and then once you get there, they're so quick to tear you down," the vocalist says in a trailer from her forthcoming Lifetime documentary.
The trailer for Janet Jackson's forthcoming two-night documentary is "All For You."
Jackson County Executive Frank White is recommending a mask mandate at public schools. A majority of the legislature must approve.