Janet Jackson is in talks to develop a new documentary, which will spotlight the behind the scenes happenings of her tour as well as her life as both a performer and a mother.
Whether you believe she carried the baby or hired someone to, according to her team, the 51-year-old icon is reported to be busy whipping herself back into shape for her "State Of The World Tour" scheduled for this fall.
Her life seems good enough for a documentary, don't you think? Well reports are she's planning just that: word on the street is that Janet is in talks with Netflix to document
Janet Jackson may be separated from husband Wissam Al Mana, but that doesn't kill the love he has for her. Yesterday (May 16) was Jackson's 51st birthday, and Al Mana made sure he wished her well...
After postponing her world tour, having a baby at the age of 50, and filing for divorce earlier this year, Janet Jackson has finally publicly addressed...
A year after Janet Jackson announced she would halt her "Unbreakable World Tour" to start a family with now-estranged husband Wissam Al Mana, a fan has sued concert promotion company Live Nation seeking reimbursement. Tiana Adams wants not only herself to be reimbursed, but for Live Nation to reimburse all of the ticketholders to the concert. Adams may not have a case, [Read More]
Fans were told to hold on to their tickets as the tour would be postponed, and no one knew exactly when that would be - but it looks like we have an idea now.
Janet Jackson and her husband Wissam Al Mana have reportedly called it quits three months after having their first child together.
Matriarch Katherine Jackson has been ordered by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge to testify in an abuse case against her nephew Trent.
DeBarge's mother recently claimed that Jackson was pregnant in the early 80s and gave birth to a daughter, but she's been in hiding from the public for over three decades, a.k.a all her life. Now the alleged daughter, a 31-year-old woman named Tiffany Whyte, is allegedly coming out from hiding ...