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Hawks playoff win pushes Janet Jackson concert back 1 day
"The Atlanta Hawks are still alive in the playoffs and that will force fans planning to attend Janet Jackson's concert in the city this week to wait a day to see the music star. The hawks rallied to beat the Celtics one 19 one 17 in game 5 of their playoff matchup on Tuesday night, sending the series back to Atlanta for game 6. It means that State Farm arena is double booked for Thursday night, live nation says the casualty will be Jackson's concert, which will be postponed until Friday. I'm geffen cool
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Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Try to Classify "Big Trouble in Little China"
"I love this movie, always have. I'm a big John Carter fan, but this is, this is not your average John Carpenter fair, but first things first. And you know, he's a horror guy. I mean, the thing amazing all of his movies to have a horror thriller genre superb. I'm trying to understand first things first. What flipping category do we put this move for you? Is it comedy? Is it fantasies? It fancy comedy. Is it satire? What is this film? It's like it's completely, you know, the phrase sui generis was designed for this film, wasn't it? Yeah, I think this is why the film didn't do so well in the box office while it was very difficult to market. It's like, I don't even know what this is. When I say one of the best films ever made, I say that a little bit tongue in cheek because it is hard to nail down what this film is. It I think of it as a comedy, but if you watch it as a comedy in 2023, the jokes don't all land, I think, because it's very much a comedy for the age that it was produced in. And there's so many special effects in it. It's so wild and it's so 80s. I mean, this is one of the most 80s, 80s films ever produced, you know? That's how I would categorize it an 80s film. But also amazing effects. I mean, it's got the same guy who did the effects for the thing. And also, you know, the and Ghostbusters. Yeah, and Ghostbusters, but also the production quality. I mean, just the sets. I mean, I listened to the movie with the director with John Carpenter and Kurt Russell talking through the whole thing. They were using his sets from this movie in music videos for the next decade. Janet Jackson just said, leave that there. I'm doing my next pop music video on the set of the battle at the end of big troubling little China. This was not a cheap film to make.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Somebody asked her, what did those guys do? And she said, they're therapists. So that element of how do you obviously Janet had a lot at stake making control? When you're working with Michael Jackson on history, you know, difficult point in his career. How much of it is technical? You got your Roland TR 8 O 8 under your arm. And how much of it is I'm here to try to make this person comfortable so they're at their creative best. Well, at the end of the day, to me, producing is getting the best performance out of the artist. So to me, it's akin to directing in a movie. You're trying to get the best performance out of an actor. So in that way, some of it is the technical side. I mean, you do need to know, I mean, you're going to make decisions based on what drum machine you should use, which keyboards you should use. Collaborating with what the artist would like. And the record company would like because you're trying to kind of balance all of those things, you know, whether it should be up to whether it should be a ballad, whether it should be, you know, whether we should do live strings or live instruments or whether it should be sequenced or I mean, all of those kinds of decisions all go into it. But the psychology of it, the psychiatry of it, is to me the absolute most important thing because you're trying to make the studio environment and sometimes it's not a studio. Sometimes it's a hotel room. Sometimes it's nowadays with technology. It can be a laptop in a hotel room or in a beach house or you can really do it anywhere. But you try to find that safe space. You want the artist to feel like whatever is happening in that room. It's intimate. It's safe space. It's a space to explore. It's a space to make mistakes, but not have to worry about anybody ever hearing it. And all of those things. I'll give you my favorite example of the psychology or the psychiatry, I guess you will of making a record as producers. Is the new addition heartbreak album? So new addition was going through a whole lot of things. They had Bobby Brown had left the group. They were trying to decide whether to be continue on with just the four guys or whether to add Johnny gill to the group. You had two of the guys didn't one Johnny in the group, two of the guys thought Johnny being in the group was going to be a great thing. So we knew when we set out to do the record that the first thing we needed the elephant in the room was was Johnny gill. So I remember in Minneapolis around our little conference table, we sat all the guys down. And we just said, to Johnny gill, we just looked at him and we said, okay, Johnny, here's our thought. You're not going to sing any songs on this album because it's Ralph's group. And Ralph's going to do all the vocals and just like normal. How do you feel about that? And we didn't know what Johnny was going to say. This wasn't set up. We didn't know. And Johnny just kind of looked at us and said, well, hey, man, I'm a team player, so whatever you need me to do, I'm just here to support. And we said, great. At that moment, the elephant was gone. And actually Ralph and Johnny became the mutual admiration society where literally whenever we were working on a Ralph vocal, Johnny was the guy in the control room going, wow, I can't believe he was doing all those backgrounds. That's amazing. And then when Johnny was singing, Ralph was in the control room going, wow, Johnny's killing it all, he's so amazing. So, but if that meeting wouldn't have taken place, it wouldn't have mattered all the technical songs or all of the writing. It wouldn't have mattered, because there would have been this cloud hanging over the project. I know that I can count on you. When that's not possible if you tell me can you ever hold on 'cause I need to find body was then by me through the good times and that time she will always. I always be right then so when I say Tony's statement is absolutely right therapists because that's what we need
"janet jackson" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Songwriting and production duo jam and Lewis alongside his partner, Terry Lewis. They both grew up in Minnesota and began making music together in the late 70s, getting their start, working with a little known artist from the area, but you might have heard of him, prince. In a band that eventually became Morris day and the time. Little brother band to prince and the revolution. Since the early 80s, they've created huge hits for Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, boys to men, and so many more. However, mister cod. For all of the accolades GM and Lewis have accumulated, there was one thing left on their bucket list. Yes, Jim, and over the years, as I've interviewed Jimmy, I asked him about this. It was a $1 million question in every Jimmy jam interview. You have worked with everybody on the face of the earth. It seems like had hits with so many artists. And yet, jam and Lewis somehow never found the time to get together and do their own record. Well, now almost 40 years after they began, jam and Lewis have released their debut record jam and Lewis volume one. A promising title. Volume two might be coming. We caught up with the legendary producer and songwriter Jimmy jam and started the conversation by asking him what the heck took so long. Well, a lot of things got in our way, mostly artists that we were working with over the years. I mean, we started really the process of doing our album back before we did control with Janet. And Janet kind of famously at this point ended up stealing a song from our album, which turned into what have you done for me lately. So that started on the, that started her on her career and started hours, you know, as writers and producers and not artists. What have you done for me lately. And it just kind of continued along that way over the
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Olympics Live: Germany's Neise captures skeleton gold
"A solid day for U. S. ice dancers the team of Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue backed by a Janet Jackson medley racked up eighty seven point one three points in the rhythm program that's good for third place heading into Monday's free program they are three point seven points out of first place right behind Hubbell and Donohue in fourth place is the duo of Madison chock and Evan Bates meanwhile it was a bad day for the American curlers the women lost in round robin play to Great Britain ten five while the men fell to Norway seven six I'm rose Morton
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"janet jackson" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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"janet jackson" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And you're like, oh, that's lovely. That's right. Yes, she had a baby with whom? Yes. Literally, never comes up. I did have to Google at that moment and be like, who is her husband right now? Yeah, he is never mentioned. Well, did they break up? I thought they broke up. I don't know. Who knows? Who knows? Oh no. I have seen documentaries that function as like filmed Wikipedia entries. I've seen biopics the function that way, this thing sent me to Wikipedia. So many times to just be like, wait, what about such and such? What about this and that? Why didn't you ask the obvious follow-up question? But Stephen, were you surprised by that whenever you have a doctor where the star of the documentary is also in charge of making the documentary, it's going to be hero worship hagiography and I'm going to skip the part so they don't want to talk about. So I wasn't surprised by it, you know? Yeah. It is a void in which no insight can find purchase. And some of that falls on Janet Jackson herself. Think about Janet Jackson's life. Janet Jackson has lived all the jacksons have lived in this really strange bubble. We're none of them got to have childhoods. Janet has never been in the world when she has not been under a microscope. People forget, she was in a Vegas lounge show with her brothers at the age of 7. She's not two shows a night in Vegas at the age of 7. Right. And so it's only natural that she would be as guarded as she is. And I mean, and the jacksons, this runs through the whole family, there is this guardedness. There are things that we don't talk about. And it's wild to me like every issue that she talks about. Winds up getting presented in this weird way where you're like, wow, I would have thought there would be an easy answer to that question, but the way you answered it gives me 5 follow-up questions, none of which are asked. Yeah. I will say the moment that made me do that the most. Kind of like, wow, this is weird. I want some follow-up. When they do cover nipple gate, you can see that it's almost as if they've added in some video in post of her saying no, no, no, no, me and Justin are still friends. Right. So they have all the footage of nipplegate and then they flash forward to Janet making a home video herself on her iPhone, saying no, it's all good. Me and Justin are good. Justin and I are very good friends and we will always be very good friends. We spoke just a few days ago and he and I have moved on and it's time for everyone else to do the same. I had so many follow-ups for that. But of course, they just move on. They move on. I have had follow-up questions for Justin Timberlake, from several music documentaries that I've watched in the last year. Also what surprised me in that moment was that she talked about the aftermath right after nipple gate, like the day after the game, Justin calls her, she says, and it's like, what should I do? And she said that she told him you should lay low and say nothing. He said, you know, I don't know if I should come out and make a statement and this and that or say some of that say have something to say and I said, listen, I don't want any drama for you. They're aiming all of this at me. So I said just I said, if I were you I wouldn't say anything. And I was like, wow, that is a level of gracious you didn't have to be. Can you talk about that some more? Of course she does. Of course she doesn't. And also like they never actually get into the Les moonves of it all, and this is where that other documentary that The New York Times did. This is called malfunction. Yes, that actually unpacks what happened. The fact that she was basically blacklisted for a while, in this documentary, they briefly mentioned that she was just invited from the Grammys but they don't really talk about the fallout. And so I'm like, really? I don't know. I just feel like so much of this glides over all these things that we've heard before. There's a moment where they tee up that they're going to address this rumor of a love child between Jade's debarge and Janet Jackson. At the end of the first episode, and as soon as they prep it for the next episode, she's going to answer the question. They're like, so about this love child and then editing so that look, she's got a face. And they make it. Yeah. And I knew, of course, she's not going to say that, yes, we have a love child. And of course, she doesn't say it. So the way this documentary started tries to build up suspense around all the things that she's already spoken about before or that we know there's not going to be this big reveal. It's the same thing with Michael and the fact that one of the other episodes ends with the anticipation of her talking about his trial in the allegations against him and how it affected her, and she just says the same thing that she's always said, which is that I believe that he never did anything. And we were all in this corner, well, except for latoya, but they don't even talk about latoya, latoya is mysteriously missing from this documentary. A lot more rebe than latoya in this movie. So much ruby. I love rebi. Ruby seems very sweet. I do like ruby. Rabies is very sweet. Ribi Randy and Tito were the only siblings in this. Randy's the homie. And he's really close. I do think that if there's one thing that I take away from this, like Sam said, it just made me really appreciate her more. In terms of her ability to be vulnerable, even when she was being vague, I still feel as though she's vulnerable and genuine in a way that so many pop stars aren't or can't be. And I really appreciate the fact that she was able to sort of tap into that just sense of I'm here and resilient and I just want everyone to love me. It's like on a different pop star it would come off as sort of koi and treacly. But on her, it just feels like this is who she is. And so I appreciate that about her. Well, she also does this thing where she is one of the most powerful and richest pop stars of our time, and yet you watch this documentary and you on your couch and your living room are like, I hope she's okay. I'm worried about her. And that is a certain power. People that rich and powerful who can get their fans to be concerned about their welfare for decades. That is a certain power that Janet still has. And I found myself at the end of this documentary. Saying to myself, well, the story of Janet Jackson is the story of just like all the men in her life always getting in her way. Oh, my God. And I was mad about that. For her, you know, you think about it from the start. Joe Jackson, her dad was in her way. Michael Jackson, her brother got in her way that debarred that she married, got in her way. Her husband Renee became controlling and was in her way. Justin Timberlake was in her way. And the story of dannett, at least in this version of it, is like a very resilient and talented woman who loves the men in her life who are always kind of slowing her down and she just smiles through it. And I think with another pop star that would just seem trite, but that storyline works for me because I think that she's just so likeable. It's like even now you see Janet Jackson smile and nothing else matters. She has the best smile and pop. And that will cover a multitude of sins, even the sin of this four hour freaking documentary. I don't know. I mean, I agree that she's very likeable and I agree that I root for her. I do think as an interview subject, she presents vulnerability without candor. Which is a skill, which is the skill, which is a skill, but so much of this movie is like, I'm going to set the record straight and tell you once and for all the truth that I don't want to talk about that. But are you surprised? That's just Janet Jackson. Yeah. I'm waiting for the unauthorized four hour documentary. That will be the one that actually gives me something. But I don't even know if that's possible because according to everyone close in her life, she also keeps them at a distance. The fact that so many people didn't know that she was buried to Renee. People she worked with and her family for a while didn't know she was married to bars. So it's like she's very guarded for understandable reasons and this documentary just made me actually not only marvel at her resilience, but also just made me really sad for her because she's still in so many ways. You find that she's still sort of covering up for her the terrible. Well, not terrible. But then not great men in her life. And speaking of covering up the men in her life, she talks about this son that she has, and then we never see him..
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"janet jackson" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Janet Jackson is one of the biggest and most influential pop stars of the last four decades, but she's also endured plenty of controversies which extend beyond her infamous wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl. Now she's the subject of a four hour TV documentary called jamet Jackson. It's time to commemorate the 40th anniversary of her first album. I'm ayesha Harris. And I'm Stephen Thompson today, we are talking about Janet Jackson on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining us is Sam Sanders, the host of NPR's, it's been a minute. Welcome, Sam. Thank you for having me. Oh, it is such a pleasure. So the new Janet Jackson documentary is definitely authorized she is a producer on it along with her brother Randy, and it isn't stingy with the accolades it makes sure we know that Janet Jackson has sold more than a 160 million albums. One 5 Grammys and been inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2019. It makes sure to tell us about her time spent acting on TV shows like good times and fame, as well as in movies like poetic justice, and it notes her influence on wave after wave of pop stars in the years since. But it also wrangles with several major controversies in Janet Jackson's life, as the youngest child of the Jackson family, she's had to overcome both a famously overbearing father slash manager and the complex legacy of her brother Michael, whose legal issues and sexual abuse allegations affected her own life and career. Janet Jackson's first two marriages to James debarge and Rene elizondo junior were beset by rumors and strife and her 2004 performance with Justin Timberlake at the Super Bowl concluded with the famous wardrobe malfunction that flashed her breasts to a global audience and triggered a massive and massively unfair industry backlash. Aired over two nights on lifetime in a and E, the documentary Janet Jackson tackles all these stories and more with lots of never before seen footage, Sam, I'm going to start with you, give me your thoughts on Janet Jackson, the artist and the documentary. All right, so the artist, I'm still her biggest fan, but that's known. I have talked about Jana on my show a lot. And I think that you leave this documentary still feeling very warmly about Janet Jackson, and I think she wants it to be that way, but that's the case. You just love her. That said, the documentary had some issues. Let's be real here and had some issues, namely, to start, is four hours long. And they only spend like 12 minutes on nipple gate. It's like if I'm coming to you for four hours of Janet content, I need like a deep dive just on that moment because that changed everything for her. That's four hours with commercials. It's really like 40 minutes each episode. Which is still longer than my 90 minute cap for all things. Like 90 minutes for all things. Really. And so that was the hardest part. Having to watch something so long, when at this point, if you're a Janet Jackson fan, you know most of this story. Yeah. And so while I was watching it, I could just kind of zone out for a bit, think of all the fun songs of her that I love. And maybe every 30 or 40 minutes, there was like a new bit of information. And I found that the new information about her relationship with Renee was perhaps the most interesting, you never heard too much about him when he was in the picture and you realize watching this Doc, he was kind of controlling and almost controlled her image in her look for years, which surprised me. But I wish there were more moments of new information for a Janet Jackson fan like me. But you watch the whole thing and you just remind yourself of all of her hits and you're thinking about Janet song for the next 24 hours. That's fine. Yeah. All right, how about you, ayesha? I'm also a huge, huge Janet fan. I've seen her live twice. And I just have many visions of myself. My ten year old self dancing in my room to pleasure principle over and over again. Same song as a jam. Yeah, it's such a good song. I was never able to do the flip that she does in the video off the chair. I tried it. So I like Sam, I came into this very much like, I know pretty much all there is to know at least like the Wikipedia version of Janet and also the whole Jackson family. And so to watch this documentary was to just kind of be like, okay, yeah, I knew this already, but some of the footage is cool. I would have loved a version of this that was as much as we learned that Renee was not exactly the best person for her. I would have loved a version of this that was just his footage because apparently they had ten years worth of footage and we see a lot of it. One of my favorite moments is when she's in the room recording rhythm nation. And it's Renee's video and it's of Jimmy jam in her going back and forth and Jimmy jam is being like, you need more energy, you need more energy, and she's like getting frustrated. It's just that candid moment that you might hear about people talking about it in an interview, but to actually witness it happening in the moment, that was worth the price permission. Yeah. I've been seeing it all night and you keep it up. I'm sick of this whole energy. You can hear the way it sounds and no energy on the song. That moment for me was so surprising because you realize when you see it, you've never actually seen Janet Jackson be angry. And you see her in the studio getting mad at her producers because they're making her record too late. And then she starts to kind of yell, but it's still in that sweet Janet Jackson whisper. And I'm gonna go home and you're like, oh my God, this is still very much Janet, but I've never seen this side of her and she still kinda sounds like Mickey Mouse. It's so cute. It was so cute. Yeah, I think that that is a version I would have loved to just see all of that kind of footage. What this really is mostly is like a little bit of that and mostly just like a behind the music version of Janet Jackson's life. And so you're coming to this and you're getting the greatest hits. And we all lied over so many different things very quickly. And it comes and goes and if you know the story, then you have to fill in the blanks yourself. James debarge just kind of slips out of the picture, but I'm just like, what? We've already moved on to a day. So yeah, this documentary was fine. But did not learn it really much of anything new. Do you really think it was fine? What is the real word you want to use? I mean, it was planned. It was really bad. Okay. Yeah. You got it out of me. It was bland. One final thing I will add is that for whatever reason, Barry Bond shows up for like half. Oh my God. And so mad. Okay, so my thoughts on this thing bland is almost too kind. I found this documentary infuriating. And I really like Janet Jackson. I've liked her music for a really, really long time. I think she's been deeply unfairly treated. The nipple gate stuff, which is ten, 15 minutes, and then it's gone. I'm not sure I have ever seen a documentary that has so little to say about so much. Aw. And think about what this documentary is trying to cover. The story of her life is so riddled with success and controversy and massive fame and also just like all these big picture issues, not only does it have very little to say about any of them, each segment, each thing it's talking about, it gets done talking about it, and I'm like, wait, what about this? What about this? What about this? Even when it's something as uncontroversial as like she had a baby..
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
"Clothing was replaced with some big scarlet letter. It was just as if the world said we're done with you now because of this. This was a moment that lasted all but a second. And yet, it essentially stopped a 30 plus year career in its tracks. After that halftime show, Janet was blacklisted. MTV refused to play her music videos, stations stopped playing her songs, and Janet didn't appear at the Grammy Awards, just a few days later. Her invitation was conditional on her apology. But Justin went and apologized, and he took home two awards that night. One for best male pop vocal performance, and another for best pop vocal album. Listen, I know it's been a rough week on everybody. What occurred was unintentional, completely regrettable. And I apologize if you guys are offended. This has been a dream of mine. Don't. I already got enough. Don't. In 2006, Janet sat down with Oprah Winfrey for what she said at the time was the final word on the issue. Do you think in any way that Justin Timberlake left you hanging out there? I am speaking to miss Jackson. Do you? Well, all the emphasis was put on me. Not unjust. And that same year, Justin told MTV that if you considered what happened back then, 50 50, he only got 10% of the blame. I think that says something about society. You know, I think that America's harsher on women. And I think that America's, you know, unfairly harsh on ethnic. People. We reached out to Janet's publicity team, and we were told that she has no comment. Justin Timberlake also had no comment. But earlier this year, Justin did post an apology on Instagram to both Janet and Britney Spears. He said, quote, I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn or did not speak up for what was right. The fact is, after the halftime show, Janet's career suffered. While Justin's thrived so much so that in 2018, Justin was invited back to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. This time, solo. I use the word criminal a lot when I talk about black people in music and specifically, you know, me always talking about black women in music, not receiving the credit that they're due. I really think that it's criminal that we, as you started this conversation that we forget the impact the Janet Jackson has had. On music, it's bloody and it's criminal. What do you think is the biggest lesson or takeaway about the music industry about American celebrity culture about the way black women are treated in music? What's the biggest takeaway? For any of those things from the Super Bowl incident. I mean the biggest takeaway from Janet not receiving the credit that is due to her in this world of culture that we all live in. Is to me how little has changed.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
"The way the girls. I think we all that's the way we look. Realize one, that that's the way you love them. She was here to stay. Again, music journalist Danielle Smith, that there was no flash in the pan thing happening with her that she was committed to the look she was committed to the music. She was committed to the work to the choreography to everything. So Janet was now on the same league as her brother Michael and Madonna. And then somebody's Tina Turner. Please come forward. But then, congratulations and welcome to Super Bowl 38 the Super Bowl happened Carolina has been designated the visiting team today so they will call the I mean to me the way I remember it is it was violent. Coming up, we go back to that moment in 2004. And why it looks and feels so different in today's rearview mirror. Justice, for Janet, after the break. I think it's hard to like talk about her omnipresence. Like, I remember that video for that's the way love goes. I felt like it was played on MTV every 5 minutes. You could not turn on your radio on any kind of station and not hear that song. She was on the cover of all the magazines, like when you compare what she was doing in that moment and how everywhere she was to, I don't know, a Taylor Swift or a Beyoncé today. How does it compare? The level. I mean, you can compare it, but then my thing is, can you, because the thing is, that's something that I, because I've interviewed Janet, any number of times. And in one of our conversations, you know, she just acknowledged the fact that she kind of created herself. I think the Beyoncé would be the first person to say that without the influence of, yes, definitely Tina Turner. And I always want to add Donna Summer. When I think about Beyoncé. But if there was not a Janet Jackson, especially with regard to singing and dancing at the same time. You know, Beyoncé pulls from all of that. Oh, yeah. And then Taylor with regard to just being everywhere and singing the feelings of youth at that moment, like when I think about my niece's relationship to Taylor Swift and how my niece had to tell me, again, I get the age of 9 or ten. But if I was going to understand my job, excuse you, Parker, Williams. That I needed to listen to Taylor to understand her generation. Yeah. I mean, there are just many of us that say if you want to understand, especially black women and really just women. To understand what it felt like to be in love to come into your own as a 20 year old 25 year old because Janet takes us on all the beats. Yeah, yeah. So, you know, so but Janet has sung our life to us. In the run up to the Super Bowl halftime show, Janet was still on top. Her last album before that performance, all for you. It had come out in 2001 with another number one single, called all for you. So, of course, Janet was asked to headline the Super Bowl. Because what kind of musicians do you ask to headline the Super Bowl halftime show? The heavy hitters. She's like the biggest star in the world and even in 2004. From a royal musical family. So if, okay, Super Bowl performance. We have come to the end of the first half of Super Bowl 38. There's our score. It was Sunday, February 1st, 2004. The Carolina Panthers were taken on the New England Patriots in Houston, Texas. At halftime, it was Janet singing rhythm nation and all for you. The other performers were P diddy, Nelly, and Kid Rock. Talk about a moment in time. And then to close out the show, it was Janet again. But this time she was joined by Justin Timberlake, on his song, rock your body. I'm in the kitchen in Los Angeles. It's Super Bowl Sunday. Who cares about the game? I'm here for the food. So I'm literally doing something in the kitchen and I there's a bunch of people at mine. Parents house. And I hear gas and screams. Oh, wow. And I walk in and I promise you, I feel like everybody that was over male and female had their hand over their mouth. And I'm like, what? Happened. And then somebody said, you know, somebody snatched off Janet's top. And then, you know, everything unfolds. Like Janet Jackson is apologizing for her flash dance. The singer calls the bodice ripping move by fellow entertainer Justin Timberlake during the Super Bowl halftime show. Last minute stunt that went too far. Viewers watched as Timberlake grabbed Jackson's outfit and ripped it open during a live broadcast on CBS. Timberlake called it a wardrobe malfunction. This is a lot of you guys are getting pretty hot and steamy up there. Hey man, I love giving y'all something to talk about. But Janet Jackson says it was not my intention that it goes as far.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
"To tell you a lot of people say that Janet's not a great singer. Janet is a great singer. But in order to be a great singer, you don't have to be the loudest singer. You just have to have control of what you like to do. And to me, style wins over by. There you go. I always loved and you hear it in lots of songs that she would do, she was able to convey emotion not just through the singing. There are so many classic songs where her laugh conveys so much or a sigh convey so much or a little quip in the intro for a song convey so much. You hear some of that acting training in the other things she's doing on yells records besides the singing. She just knows how to convey emotion. Yeah, I totally agree. And that's, but that's the things. Those little elements, the breath, the size of the laughs. Those things, she would always do and we would just leave them in there. A lot of times it was a mistake. Really? Oh, sure. Like the laugh on, I'm trying to, oh, when I think of you. Wait, really? I love that laugh. Yeah, but that's just, like, it's like, for most people, I think that would have been an outtake. And for us, all the things that were outtakes were always the pieces that we always tried to make sure was in there because that was the personality of her. You know, and if it was a happy song and she was laughing about it, then we wanted people to feel that when they were listening to this song. And even in our production technique, we would say to her, if she was singing a song like that, a lot of times we wouldn't be looking at her because the lights would all be out in the studio, but I would say, are you smiling? 'cause this is a happy song. You got a smile when you sing this song. And she goes, oh, okay, okay. And you could tell the difference because when you're smiling, even when you're talking to somebody, you're smiling as you're talking to him as a different thing. So little things like that, little nuances like that. We thought was really important. And also about her size and her breath that she takes. One of the things she.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
"You're listening to it's been a minute from NPR. I'm Sam Sanders. And this episode Janet miss Jackson it is hard to describe how much Janet Jackson means to me. I can recall the exact place I was the first time I saw several of her music videos. I remember trying to teach myself the choreography from her pleasure principle video. And almost being seriously injured in the process. I remember thinking that I would never hear a better song in my entire life than love will never do without you. I was right. And you know, when it comes to the Janet fandom, I am not alone. Janet Jackson means a lot to a lot of people. So much of what she did in the 80s and the 90s and beyond, it laid the groundwork for so much that we see and hear now. Britney and Beyoncé and even Taylor Swift, their styles and their approaches to the industry itself. It was all influenced by Janet Jackson. There is not a successful artist in pop today, who isn't a descendant of the legacy of Janet. As you've heard already, she began early with the Jackson 5. From there, Janet had a starring role on the sitcom good times. Honey. I'm here to stay. A recurring role on different strokes. He's sort of forbid me to see you anymore. What did he say? I forbid you to see him in. She was cast in the TV show fame. Someday you gonna come running after me. And then she also had a music career. Janet released two albums, the self titled Janet Jackson, and dream street, all by the time she was 18. And I'm gonna be honest here. Those two albums, they were flaps. It wasn't until Jane and third album that the world finally turned its head and took notice. This is a story about control. When everything changed with control. Control of what I do so 35 years ago this year, Janet blessed us with this iconic album. Today we're talking about the legacy of Janet Jackson and how that album control. It didn't just redefine her career. It really redefined all of pop music that came after it. For me, control was one of those albums that you get maybe once in a generation. Singularly focused and so cohesive and yet every song has a personality of its own. It had songwriting that pushed the envelope, but also felt immediately familiar. It was music that critics and mainstream radio alike had to love. It also gave a big lesson in crossover success. And that is a topic that we've been discussing in this music series we're doing. You know, control was insanely popular with both white and black audiences and all different kinds of radio formats. Of course, Janet Jackson did not make control by herself. In 1985, she met up with two producers who would help her shape the sound of contemporary R&B for years to come. And then we were supposed to start working with another artist and the artist decided that she didn't want to work with us. This is Terry Lewis. So John mcclane called us and said, he was the A&R person. He said, you know, who do you guys want to produce on our roster? He sent the roster because at that time there was no fax machine and there was no email. So we got a roster in the mail. We both looked at it and said, Janet. So we called him and said, we produce Janet. Coming up, producers in songwriters, Jimmy jam, and Terry Lewis. And.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
"Pushkin. Hey everyone, I'm dropping in to introduce an episode from my friend Sam Sanders and PR show. It's been a minute. This year marks the 35th anniversary of Janet Jackson's album control. It was her first real commercial hit, established Jimmy jam and Terry Lewis as a production powerhouse away from prince's artistic camp. And looking back, helped redefine not just R&B, but all of pop music. In the late 80s and 90s, Janet was one of the biggest stars of our time. Right up with her brother, Michael, and Madonna. And yet Janet isn't always given her due. In this episode, host Sam Sanders explores why that is. How she made control and an incident that lasted all but a second that changed the course of her career. All right, here's the episode, enjoy. What is your first Janet Jackson memory? It's a wild thing to ask me my first Janet Jackson memory because Jen and I are like the same age. A lot. This is music journalist, Danielle Smith. You know, it's a wonderful memories. So from my 8th birthday, my mother got me tickets to see the Jackson 5. Live in concert at the circle start theater in San Carlos, California. And when we got to the circle star, theater, there was an opening act. And that opening act was Randy Jackson. And Janet Jackson. Here's Janet and Randy, or Randy and John. Wow. And she's at this point around your age, which is around, yeah, she was like 7 or 8. Yeah. Absolutely. How was she in that opening act performance? Well, the thing is, they weren't even singing. They were like doing skits. Okay, Janet, now that you have what do you want to do? Like, vaudeville. They were willing. They had jokes. You can't do that. Everybody works in this family. Then let's play a team and one of the jokes was and Janet is kind of known for this. You can find the shots of her, dressed up kind of like Mae West and doing Mae West impressions. Come now. That's.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Broken Record
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TIME's Top Stories
"janet jackson" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The strange shortsightedness of malfunction, the dressing down of Janet Jackson. By Judy Berman a week after The New York Times presents framing Britney Spears, debuted on FX and Hulu this past February, Justin Timberlake took to Instagram with what was presumably a response. I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions have contributed to the problem where I spoke out of turn or did not speak up for what was right he wrote. I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefited a system that condones misogyny and racism. Timberlake addressed his apology specifically to spears, whom he'd cast in a negative light following the teen pop couples 2002 breakup and Janet Jackson, whose nipple he'd exposed in a notorious 2004 Super Bowl halftime show fiasco for which Jackson alone faced the brunt of the blame. Well, the gray lady heard him, after following up framing with controlling Britney Spears, and now that spears conservatorship nightmare has finally ended, the times documentary series will return with malfunction, the dressing down of Janet Jackson, premiering November 19th on FX and Hulu, the feature from director Jody Gomes, who directed the jacksons, a family dynasty and showrunner Mary Robertson, who also worked on the spears docs, revisits the so called wardrobe malfunction that drove months of controversy and left Jackson brand that a shameless exhibitionist, while the Führer merit and audit and malfunction delivers some trenchant insights, its disjointedness limited access and myopia and exploring the political implications of the incident nicknamed nipplegate, keep it from reaching the same heights as its predecessors. Gomes opens with a bold thesis statement. If the culture wars could have a 9 11, its February 1st, 2004. If this is a compelling claim, it's also a bit of self mythologizing on the part of the talking head who utters it, parents, television and media council president Tim winter. The organization that got its start stoking outrage over award show profanity and Ellen's coming out plot, leveled up in the public consciousness with a successful campaign to flood the FCC with complaints over the Super Bowl incident. It benefits the cause of censorship to insist on the inherent significance of a split second's worth of exposed nipple. Even as it pushes back on the demonization of Jackson, malfunction never steps outside this surprisingly conservative frame. Like the spears docs, it traces the subject's career back to childhood. Years before puberty, the youngest of ten Jackson kids was performing on TV and sequins and a feather boa. If you're a Jackson, you know, you're born on stage, says older brother Tito, one of the few jacksons who appear in the feature. And acting career that kicked off with good times in the late 1970s led to a pair of solo albums in the first half of the 80s directed by harsh patriarch Joe Jackson..
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Janet Jackson's Nipple Is Getting a Documentary
"Since The New York Times isn't able to fairly and objectively report on anything happening these days. Leave it to the grey lady to produce a documentary on Janet Jackson's exposed breast. That we all saw during the Super Bowl halftime show in 2004, 17 years ago, here comes the documentary. Are they kidding me? I think we've all seen the clip of Justin Timberlake's surprise, removal of Janet's snap on nipple cover. At least a 100,000 times. I'm not even exaggerating. I don't know what intrigued the times to do this story. I don't know what they think they're going to uncover. To me, the whole thing looked plant. Can I be honest? It looked planned and then when the FCC went bananas, I felt like Janet and Justin had to act like it was an accident. Why couldn't the FCC just accept that it was possibly an accident and just move on? Why didn't I have to act like Timberlake just gave away secrets to China? It's a nipple, damn it. Yes, it's a 40 year old nipple pierce nipple at that, but who cares? Can't we just move on?
"janet jackson" Discussed on Planet Money
"Deal with it, management. Well, you know what? That's lies. I think that is the important conversation that's come out of it for our part. Is that, no, I don't think that black women are being extended as much grace. You know, as is being extended to Brittany, and I think it should all be extended to Britney, but that black girls need that same generosity of spirit coming from people. Yeah. Let me go on ahead and quote Ken white. She said I'm not your Superwoman. I'm not your super one. I'm not the kind of girl that you can let down. And think that everything is okay. Boy I am only human. I mean, let's go. Yes. Let's go..
"janet jackson" Discussed on Planet Money
"As far as it is. We could do a whole nother episode on the phrase wardrobe malfunction. This phrase eventually became so ubiquitous that it was nominated by the American dialect society is 2004s word of the year. It also got a nomination for most euphemistic. The phrase wardrobe malfunction was defined as, quote, an unanticipated exposure of bodily parts. This phrase lost on both counts, a true snub if you ask me. And yes, in this moment, a big, loud part of America was definitely offended. Or at least pretending to be offended by that, quote, unanticipated exposure of bodily parts. Following the halftime show in 2004, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it had received a record 540 thousand complaints about the incident. And they find CBS a little more than half a $1 million on an indecency violation. If you were too young to recall all of this, trust me when I say there was a whole lot of pearl clutching going on. My son seemed to think that they should sue Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake because they were the ones who did it, and it was really nasty. If the fourth grade boys at a public elementary school can tell right from wrong, we need to ask ourselves where you corporate CEOs lost your way. But here's the thing, when I was watching the halftime show back in 2004, when it happened, I didn't notice. For me it wasn't until the next day in my music theory class that all my classmates were talking about it and watching clips of what happened over and over again. At the time, TiVo announced that it was the most replayed moment in the company's history. And one of the cofounders of YouTube, he decided this exact moment, and the difficulty in finding that video, as inspiration for the creation of YouTube. Also, if you really think about it, and maybe that's why to me it's just reminds me of violence. It's a similar thing to me of how we have to keep seeing the black people getting beat up by the cops over and over again or seeing the child get shot by the law enforcement. And we have to keep seeing it over and over again. It does two things. It won grinds it into your brain, but it also can be numbing. But in either case, it's almost like, why? Why is this violent moment being shown to us over and over and over again and also, of course, the main question is, why did it do so much damage to Janet's reputation.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Planet Money
"And we said, oh, we're working. And we showed that the lyrics to control. Wait, stop as fast as it passed. So y'all, while you're just chilling with Janet going to the movies and driving around the lakes, you're actually studying her and writing your first song for her in the process. Yeah. And that's something we always kind of did that with the artist. Probably not quite as intense we did with Janet because a lot of the artists we had worked with before, there was a little more, I don't know history or things we could study, so we knew a little bit more about them. But we would always do that before we would write for an artist because we always wanted to make the songs specifically for them. Okay. So back in the day, we always used to say, you know, if an artist likes McDonald's, I don't want to start writing a song about Burger King. Because what happens is the artist for the rest of their lives. If you had a hit record, the artist has to sing that for the rest of their life. We want them to have to finish them. Yeah, make it fit. So that's the way we looked at it. So then what kind of stuff was Janet Sheeran with y'all that made you want to write a song a strong and powerful as control? Well, mainly that she was just taking control of her life. She was moving out of her house. She was, you know, ready to become, you know, to go out on her own and also, the other piece to the puzzle here was that she was really ready to sing. The first two albums that she did, she did between a lot of other things. And the idea of her singing wasn't really her idea was more of her dad's idea. So while she could sing, it's like when you have a talent and somebody goes, oh, you're really good at that. You should do that and you're kind of like, yeah, but I'm not really what I want to do. I think that was Janet's attitude the first couple of records. She sang because she could not because she wanted to, or that she needed to. When we got around to control, she was in a space where she actually wanted to be an artist. So the work that she was willing to put into it and the fact that then when she got so excited when we showed her some of the control lyrics, and she said, well, wait a minute, this is what we've been talking about. And we said, yeah. And she said, so whatever we talk about, that's what we're going to write about. And we said, yeah. And she said, oh, then I want to talk about this, and I want to talk about this. And it totally opened her up at that point. And so then she became not only Janet the singer, she went from being Janet to reluctant singer to Janet. I want to sing to now, here's what I want to say about. But nobody had asked her. Well, I am so glad that y'all asked her what she wanted to do because the result stands a test of time. What kind of singer was Janet Jackson like in the studio? Fearless. Yeah, yeah. There's a couple words that describe her if I had to break it down into simple words. Like jam say, fearless. Relentless, beautiful,.
"janet jackson" Discussed on Planet Money
"At NPR's. It's been a minute podcast. 35 years ago, Janet Jackson released her album control. An album that helped redefine pop music. It was her first big commercial hit, and she became one of the biggest stars of the late 80s and early 90s, right up there with her brother Michael and with Madonna. And yet, Janet Jackson is not always given her do. In this episode, host Sam Sanders explores why that is, how she made the album control and the incident that lasted all, but a second that changed the course of her career. You probably know the one. Okay, here is the episode. Enjoy. What is your first Janet Jackson memory? It's a wild thing to ask me my first Janet Jackson memory because Janet and I are like the same age. A lot. This is music journalist, Danielle Smith. You know, it's a wonderful memories. So for my 8th birthday, my mother got me tickets to see the Jackson 5. Live in concert at the circle start theater in San Carlos, California. And when we got to the circle start theater, there was an opening act. And that opening act was Randy Jackson and Janet Jackson. Here's Janet and Randy or Randy and Janet. Wow. And she's at this point around your age, which is around, yeah, she was like 7 or 8. Yeah. Absolutely. How was she in that opening act performance? Well, the thing is, they weren't even singing. They were like doing skits. Okay, Janet. Now that you have what do you want to do? Vaudeville. They were doing they had jokes. You can't do that. Everybody works in this family, and that's pretty easy. And one of the jokes was and Janet is kind of known for this. You can find the shots of her, dressed up kind of like Mae West and doing Mae West impressions. Come now. That's the one. 'cause she has those two little buns on her head.
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"janet jackson" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Apologizing for her. Flashdance singer calls the bodice-ripping move by fellow entertainer. Justin timberlake during the super bowl halftime. Show last minute stunt. That went too far watched as timberlake grabbed jackson's outfit and rip it open during the live broadcast on. Cbs timberlake called.
Texas Law That Bans Abortion After About 6 Weeks Takes Effect
"Texas law banning abortions. After six weeks went into effect yesterday law prohibits abortions wants cardiac activity can be detected an embryo which very early the law also allows. This is sort of twist allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and anyone else who gives who helps a woman obtained an abortion in texas including even an uber driver who might have given a woman a ride to the clinic. The law makes no exception for rape or incest. The supreme court refused to block. The banner has now materializing a huge threat to roe versus wade. So what do you think under his eye. Where are we in the handmaid's to be the fruit. Blessed the fruit. It'd be fruit here not to joke about something so serious but let's not but to joke but not joke tweeted something yesterday And that is this that why men think they have something to say as much. They think they want to say about this when their contribution to the reproductive process last six or seven seconds. Maybe eight if it's been awhile and women for the next nine months and then feeding the baby breastfeeding afterward do all the heavy lifting all right. This is this. Is the women's show here and men want piece of this action like they've got something to say here it's dictatorial. This is i think janet jackson said it. Best in the first five seconds for in nineteen ninety-six smash album control okay. This is a story about control. Okay like it's about power and control. This is full handmaid's tale. That's one thing. The other thing as it relates to roe v. Wade as i understand roe v wade in nineteen seventy-three also texas with the same issue the supreme court as i understand it felt that texas's laws or whatever regarding abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy about privacy. So what is it about this new situation. That is also not a violation of privacy.
Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans
"Fans. Are this morning. Missile set off a hot debate. And we're going to try to settle this once and for all. Who is the queen of top. I i've got to say good morning to lawa. Thank you for being here this morning. In the yellow bird. Morgan stewart vision in white. As thank you right and you are always fabulous dear. Yes we do need to be better about repaying. The compliment right at nine hours sleep today. So i'm ready ready again. So this new debate started with one little tweet little. Janet jackson is the queen of which did not go over well with madonna. Vance may say madonna's held that title for almost forty years. So let's do this. Who is the queen of madonna. First of all our producer texted us this morning. When i was getting my copetition second. You're busy but i need to know who's the queen about i literally went from madonna to. Oh britney's obviously the queen of pop issue the princess so literally. This is where my mind went. I was like madonna britney. And then i was like what then there's gaga you gotta include gaga but then i was like god has now my mind never went to janet and i stand you rhythm nation jan. I'm into janet. You know this young janet to justice. Yup go no no. I don't think she's more diverse eclectic than cable. Let me say this does more than just pop. I think janet jackson does not want that title because it comes with too much work. Janet wants to do half a tour she at home. She wants to be with that baby. She wants to count that two hundred bidding meal you. She got mad man from dubai. Live her best. Life jackson does not want that crown. Do you think. Gm even considers herself the queen of pop. I think janet. Jackson glenn centers. The queen of
AP News Radio
In Diversity Push, Oscars Invite Several Stars To Become Academy Members
"Some new invitations have been handed out to join the motion picture academy among the new names being asked to join the people who vote on the Oscars are performers but you probably saw on this year's ceremony they include Marie about clover and Andre day as well as Oscar winners Amaro fennel and singer songwriter her other task to join the Oscar party include SO ray Robert Pattison Janet Jackson and Leslie Odom junior invitees include performers and directors as well as others who work behind the scenes to make the movies there are three hundred and ninety five people invited to join this year as the academy looks to become more diverse of the new invitees forty six percent are women and thirty nine percent are from under represented groups those accepting the invite will have voting privileges for next year's Oscars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Recording Registry adds albums by Janet Jackson, Nas
"Induction of iconic recordings into the Library of Congress. National Recording Registry. Yeah, these air songs and recordings that are going to be preserved for all time. Based on their importance and Janet Jackson's rhythm nation is going on there. The rapper NAS eyes going to be in the national registry, Jackson Browne's 1974 album Late in the day, Albert King's born under a bad sign. Kermit's of the Rainbow Connection. Marlo Thomas is free to be you and me are just some of the inductees
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25 new additions made to National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress
"The new batch of sound has been added to the national recording registry and that fateful meeting this ended with this LaBelle song being among those added to the national recording registry of the library of Congress also celebrating spots on this year's list Kool and the gang Janet Jackson's rhythm nation eighteen fourteen and L. matic buying non historic clips include Phil Rizzuto as call of Roger Maris's sixty first home run the first recording of an eighteen seventy eight clip of Thomas Edison and more recent history the first ever podcast I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
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Janet Jackson Two-Part Documentary to Simulcast on Lifetime and A&E
"Touch. So Janet Jackson's getting the documentary treatment It looks like early next year. We'll see a four hour documentary. It'll be two hours one night, two hours. The second night, I'll be back to back participating. Janet is participating in this little air on lifetime and any early next year, and Janet Jackson will be a part of it. So the good news about Janet Being a part of this documentary is that means you're gonna get all the legit music all the legit music videos. You will have the rights to all that stuff. I don't know about you, but I hate watching documentaries where they don't get the right of the artist. So you get photos, but they have to credit all the photos. And then they'll show interview clips from other sources. You know, like Here's the interview she did with MTV and 1997. And you're like You're just showing the old stuff I've already seen before so But when the artist is involved, like Janet is You get the real deal. You have permission use all of her music all of her videos, and that's the good side. The bad side is no artist ever agrees to a documentary like this unless it paints a very flattering picture off themselves, so we can get the real 100% truth about some of Janet's controversies. Nope, We're going to get the truth that Janet
Pop Culture Junkie
Britney Spears documentary reveals what's wrong with entertainment media
"That documentary premiered framing britney spears and it breaks down really like britney's history her rise to fame her mental breakdown that she had and then just her conservatorship. That's been going on since two thousand eight. It's her dad jamie spears. Who is her conservator. And so a the freebritney movement has grown over the past couple years and really this documentary. Just kind of like i mean. It's been something that's been going on for years with. His documentary sparked fresh interest in it too and a lot of criticism and people calling out. Justin timberlake to yeah. I feel like this. This documentary definitely started a conversation about the way that we treated and the way that we treat celebrities because a little brittany. She started when she was a baby. Literally and so. The question is being asked in interviews and the way that she was being treated and scrutinized by the media and justin timberlake just using all that to his advantage. Which let's talk about that apology. Dude quote unquote apology. I mean okay. I completely agree. Documentary was just so heartbreaking disgusting and just like the things that they were saying to her like let's talk about your breasts and she's sixteen. I'm like who thought that that was okay. And why did any of us watching this. It was okay and was diane sawyer interviewing her and she was like this congresswoman says that she wants to shoot you in the head can't can't you understand that it's like what's no thing to say. Her gods like just the way hashtag like we're sorry. Brittany started trending after that and god is just so awful the way that we just Like i talked about her body. In the media's scrutinized her and abused her as so sting they had all the audacity and none of the accountability. And i think the problem is who do you really hold accountable for that when it everybody let it happen a and like it's so far gone with with justin timberlake's apology. First of all the fact that he had to throw in janet jackson in there at the end like an ad lib like. She deserves her own apology. You ruined her career to sweetie and he never said what. He was apologizing for to them in that apology. Did you see that. He's just like i want to say that. I'm sorry to britney janet. And then i mean he did make a you know. He acknowledged that he has a black and brown women. People of color women. Lgbtq people are judged much more than he will ever be as you know a straight white guy and like yes yes. You're just realizing that just in good
Donna and Steve
Janet Jackson Thanks Fans After Justin Timberlake Apology
"Everything on Social Media. Janet Jackson recently thanked her fans for their continued support during the course of their curve of her career, But she left something out. She did not address the recent apology Justin Timberlake issued about his failed public publicity stunt during the 2004 Super Bowl. She did thank your fans for bringing her hit control back to number one after 35 years, but no mention
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Justin Timberlake apologizes to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson
"Apologizing to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson. For his bad behavior in the past. Timberlake's apology to his former girlfriend comes a week after the premiere of the documentary framing Britney Spears. That film includes references to a Timberlake interview where he brags about sleeping with spears and ridiculing her in his cry Me a River video. His apology to Janet Jackson comes a week after the Super Bowl, which apparently brought back memories of Timber lakes wardrobe malfunction. Involving Jackson during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show. Timberlake also says that his apology is a first step and does not absolve his past behavior. He concludes by saying, I can do better and I will. Do better. Girl Scout
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Timberlake apologizes to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson
"Singer Justin Timberlake publicly apologizes to Britney Spears and also Janet Jackson and promises he doesn't want to benefit from others being pulled down again. Justin Timberlake apologized to his former girlfriend, Britney Spears, after a documentary series about the pop star's life in the public eye sparked criticism online for how he treated her after the broke up in 2002, The singer and actor also apologized to Janet Jackson, whose career was disproportionately disgraced justice, his continued rising After the Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction in which her breast was exposed. Timberlake acknowledged he failed to speak of and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism and sets. White men up for
Tim Conway Jr.
Justin Timberlake apologises to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson
"Tonto, his ex girlfriend, Britney Spears, He's been getting a lot of heat following the release of a new documentary about Spears. The film makes the case. Timberlake waged a smear campaign. After breaking up with Spears and 20 in 2002. He now says he's deeply sorry for any time he spoke out of turn, didn't speak up it all or contributed to a problem. He's also apologized to Janet Jackson, who got in trouble for the famous wardrobe. Malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show in which she performed with Timberlake. We have
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Timberlake apologizes to Britney Spears, Janet Jackson
"There are some questions about the timing of a singer's apology. Reason. Britney Spears Doc, That's getting a lot of attention running on ethics and who brings up Justin Timberlake's treatment of Spears when they broke up almost 20 years ago, framing his behavior of sexist and celebrated while Spears ashamed and scorned after watching the doc. Many called on Timberlake to apologize for that, and also the infamous 2004 Super Bowl halftime show with Janet Jackson Jackson took the bulk of the blame. Timberlake now apologizing to both women, saying he's benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism and contributed to the problem. And he's sorry. Jason
Timberlake apologizes to Britney Spears, Janet Jackson
"Britney Spears Doc That's getting a lot of attention running on FX and who brings up Justin Timberlake's treatment of Spears when they broke up almost 20 years ago. Framing his behavior is sexist and celebrated, while Spears ashamed and scorn. After watching the doc. Many called on Timberlake to apologize for that, and also the infamous 2004 Super Bowl halftime show with Janet Jackson, where Jackson took the bulk of the blame. Timberlake now apologizing to both women, saying he's benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism and contributed to the problem And he's