Janet Jackson showed off her new hairdo Friday night at the red carpet premiere of “Why Did I Get Married Too?” in London. Tyler Perry was also there to promote the film.
Janet Jackson, her brothers Randy and Jermaine and their parents were at a Los Angeles courthouse Monday for the hearing of Dr. Conrad Murray. Murray is charged with involuntary manslaughter for the death of Michael Jackson. At the hearing, the judge postponed a decision on Dr. Murray’s medical license in the state of California.
Here is Janet Jackson’s video, “Nothing,” which is from the Why Did I Get Married Too? movie soundtrack.
Check out Janet Jackson’ s single, “Nothing,” from the soundtrack of the movie Why Did I Get Married Too?, which she also stars. The track was co-produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox.
Janet Jackson has been in the studio with rapper Pitbull. Producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins released their collaboration, “Heartbeat Love.”
It’s official! The sequel to 2007’s “Why Did I Get Married?” will be in theaters April 2. The Tyler Perry film, “Why Did I Get Married Too?” will feature the same actors including Janet Jackson, Jill Scott and Tyler Perry.
See the movie trailer after the jump.
After a opening tribute to her late brother Michael Jackson at the MTV Video Awards, Janet Jackson is now set to kick off the American Music Awards Nov. 22. at 7 p.m. central time.
“We’re thrilled about having Janet Jackson open this year’s show,” said American Music Awards producer Larry Klein in a news release. “She is an incredibly dynamic performer, and I think the audience will be excited to see what she has in store.”
She is also set to release a greatest hits two-CD set, “Number Ones,” before the awards show. She will also release a new single, “Make Me.”
Last night at the MTV Music Video Awards, Janet Jackson performed a posthumous dance with her brother Michael to their hit single “Scream.”
Kanye West later apologized for interrupting Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech for best female video and Pink took to the air to perform her hit “Sober.” Other highlights included a disturbing performance by Lady Gaga of her single “Papparazi” and Lil Mama deciding to join Jay-Z and Alicia Keys uninvited for their performance of the rapper’s song, “Empire State of Mind.”
Beyonce gave a rousing performance of “Single Ladies.”
Check out a quick wrap up of the night: